How to Install Replace Front Sway Bar Links 2006-08 Dodge Ram 1500 BUY AUTO PARTS AT 1AAUTO.COM

How to Install Replace Front Sway Bar Links 2006-08 Dodge Ram 1500 BUY AUTO PARTS AT 1AAUTO.COM
1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a broken, busted, bad, loose, or damaged tie rod. This video is applicable to the 06, 07, 08 Dodge Ram truck.

🔧 Instructions:

1. Removing the Sway Bar Link 0:33
2. Installing the Sway Bar Link 4:07

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necstanunn says:

What bushings are those on the sway bar ? Do they differ from the Mega cab?

Tristan Pierce says:

Is there a torque spec for these sway bar end links?

913 KMG says:

How can I get my hands on one of those shirts he's got on? Lol! Epic!!

Chris X says:

My 07 ram looks completely different. (2wd) The tie rods are in front of the end link, so i cant rotate the sway bar forward. Also, the lower control arms have a different look. This job required one different size box wrench, a 17mm instead of 18mm. Either they redesigned this in 08 (I dont think so), or my truck is a different variant with the tow package, maybe a different sway bar. Weird and confusing.

Johnny Utah says:

Does that fitting on the bottom of end links have to be greased when installing new end links?

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