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Old 05 Dec 2009, 04:46 pm
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Default Why are my accord's stabilizer links different sizes?

I bought a new pair of sway links for my 01 accord, installed the passenger side no problem, then when it came to the driver side, the new link is 2" longer than the original. I dont see how this could work, but the parts store is assuring me the car calls for 2 different links and part numbers and a different parts store confirmed this. Any ideas on how to fit it in if it is actually the right part? Thanks in advance
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Old 05 Dec 2009, 05:01 pm
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They have different part numbers because of left and right,but should have same height.Measure the old ones you should see and compare to the wrong one.
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