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I've been looking around trying to find the right size but I'm still unsure. My car is lowered 1.6 inches all around. What is the proper size I need and what brand? Energy Suspension, Prothane, etc? Also does Advanced Auto or Autozone carry these so I could pic them up local?
 

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Both chains carry energy endlinks, you should get the right length so that your swaybar is parallel to the ground.
 

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I read someone else used 2-3/8" but thats the only one I could find so far. Drop on the car was 1.5" I think. Thats the only good info I've been able to find so far. Stowaway you got anything?
 

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Energy Suspensions and Prothane measure differently but not a big deal.

You can find Energy Suspension OTC so stick with those (I like Prothane bushing kit much better but this is not a critical difference so ease of purchase is key here as both are High Quality).

I have a Base Neon and that would be my car with 2-3/8" ES End Links on my 1.5" drop. Basically what I found is about 75% of the drop is transfered to the endlinks. So with your SRT being 3/16" shorter to start with and mine was very close but a tad long (Not enough to go to the shorter links) I would say your best bet is the 2" links. Proably just about right.


Below is the universal kits from ES. They use annotated links for there master kit.
1" -- 9.8122
1 5/8" -- 9.8120
2" -- 9.8123 -- My suggestion for SRT4 with 1.6" drop
2 3/8" -- 9.8125 -- Works good on a 1.5” drop Base Model
2 5/8" -- 9.8117
2 7/8" -- 9.8118
3 3/8" -- 9.8119 -- Stock SRT4 part for rear
3 9/16" -- 9.8124 -- Stock 2GN part for rear
4 1/4" -- 9.8149
4 1/2" -- 9.8121
 

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ewetho said:
Energy Suspensions and Prothane measure differently but not a big deal.

You can find Energy Suspension OTC so stick with those (I like Prothane bushing kit much better but this is not a critical difference so ease of purchase is key here as both are High Quality).

I have a Base Neon and that would be my car with 2-3/8" ES End Links on my 1.5" drop. Basically what I found is about 75% of the drop is transfered to the endlinks. So with your SRT being 3/16" shorter to start with and mine was very close but a tad long (Not enough to go to the shorter links) I would say your best bet is the 2" links. Proably just about right.


Below is the universal kits from ES. They use annotated links for there master kit.
1" -- 9.8122
1 5/8" -- 9.8120
2" -- 9.8123 -- My suggestion for SRT4 with 1.6" drop
2 3/8" -- 9.8125 -- Works good on a 1.5? drop Base Model
2 5/8" -- 9.8117
2 7/8" -- 9.8118
3 3/8" -- 9.8119 -- Stock SRT4 part for rear
3 9/16" -- 9.8124 -- Stock 2GN part for rear
4 1/4" -- 9.8149
4 1/2" -- 9.8121
Thanks for the info.:thumbsup:
 
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