About Sway Bar Links
You know that incessant knocking sound that you’ve been ignoring for the last few months? That’s the sound of broken or damaged sway bar links that are no longer doing their job. Unlike other components of your vehicle that you may be able to get away with neglecting, a damaged or broken sway bar link is too important to ignore.
What do Sway Bar Links Do?
Sway bar links generally consist of two small ball joints that connect the outer ends of the sway bar to the suspension component. Each time you travel over a speed bump a little too fast or feel the jolt of a pot hole, sway bar links are subject to stress that can eventually lead to the part failing.
Why are Sway Bar Links Important for Drivers?
Not only is a broken or damaged sway bar link annoying for you and your passengers, they can be dangerous and compromise the handling and safety of your vehicle. Sway bar links play an important role in ensuring the rigidity of your vehicle and minimise body roll or lean that can cause your vehicle to feel less stable and less secure on the road.
For a small investment, fitting high-quality and durable sway bar links will significantly increase torsional rigidity, enhance the way that your vehicle handles and ensure that the sway bar that you invested in is doing the job that it was designed to do.
Our Range of Sway Bar Links
Spares Box has partnered with Mackay, one of Australia’s most trusted suppliers of engineered rubber and bonded metal/rubber composite products suitable for application in a wide range of vehicles. Mackay’s reputation for delivering reliable, high quality and innovative products makes them the obvious choice for premium sway bar links that have been designed to withstand Australia’s less than ideal road surface conditions.