BMR Suspension’s new adjustable end links add strength and adjustability to your S197 sway bar
By Steve Turner
Photos courtesy of BMR Suspension
If you are into handling, you might have upgraded your Mustang’s front sway bar. If you drive it hard, the more robust sway bar might actually cause the factory end links to deflect. If this happens the sway bar won’t be as effective as it should be.
What if you could replace those factory endlinks with more robust units that throw adjustability into the mix? That’s just what BMR Suspension is offering with its new S197 Mustang Adjustable Sway Bar End Link Kit (PN ELK010; $199.95).
Built from 7/8-inch, 0.065-inch-wall DOM steel tubing and 4130 chrome-moly tube adapters, these BMR end links are said to resist deflection. They include greasable, ball joint-style tie rods that allow more articulation than a traditional rod end.
Not only are they stronger, but they also allow you to correct sway bar geometry on lowered Mustangs. Moreover they offer the ability to adjust sway bar preload to accommodate for different track conditions.
You can get them in BMR’s signature black hammertone and red powdercoat colors, and they install in about an hour.