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    Still have the origianl end links on my 2011 MS3 . What are a good upgrade ? I have already replaced my struts and springs in the rear with oem .
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    OEM...there's no need to upgrade them. Despite what you may read, the Moog ones suck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SomeGuy View Post
    OEM...there's no need to upgrade them. Despite what you may read, the Moog ones suck.
    Yep. Oem all the way. There are actually a lot of upgrade parts that are a downgrade on the suspension for our cars.

    Went Oem for front and back. Does not disappoint

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    Default Re: Sway bar end links

    Not sure the hate for the moog ones. I have put the problem solvers on my last two cars including my 3. They are much thicker and currently have over 100k on them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff7670 View Post
    Not sure the hate for the moog ones. I have put the problem solvers on my last two cars including my 3. They are much thicker and currently have over 100k on them.
    OEM are sealed...no maintenance necessary. Moog's you need to keep up on greasing them or they'll get filled with crud and the fitment isn't great. The thickness will have absolutely no effect on performance.

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