Sway bar end links and bushings connect your Mustang's sway bar to the suspension. Because these components see the most wear and tear, they need to be replaced every so often. This is especially true if you’ve been driving your Mustang aggressively.
As sway bar bushings break down, you may hear creaking and popping. You may also notice that your Mustang’s handling is worse. If not replaced soon, a damaged sway bar bushing or end link can cause major suspension damage.
Replacing your Mustang’s sway bar connections is easy and affordable. It can also be a great time to upgrade your sway bar’s vulnerable points.
Durable polyurethane bushings are much hardier than the stock rubber bushings. Polyurethane isn't affected by oil, road salt, and other common sources of deterioration. This means they’ll retain their firmness and last longer.
Aftermarket sway bar brackets are also more durable than their stock counterparts. Usually made of billet aluminum or high-quality steel, these mounts are adjustable and attractive. Options from Steeda, BMR, and Prothane are all available.