Sway Bar Link Torque Specs on a 2001 Ford F-150?

Answer The sway bar links in a 2001 Ford F-150 perform two main functions. They are designed to hold the sway bar in place, as well as allow the sway bar to move slightly with the truck. Torquing the sway... Read More »

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How to Repair the Sway Bar Link on a 2001 Ford F-150?

The links found on the ends of the sway bar in your 2001 Ford F-150 connect the sway bar to the lower control arms of the front suspension. The sway bar controls body roll in a turn by providing ad... Read More »

How to Change a Sway Bar Link in a 2001 Wrangler?

The sway (stabilizer) bar on your 2001 Jeep Wrangler acts to prevent the body from having a rolling motion during turns and when driving on uneven terrain. The sway bar link connects the sway bar t... Read More »

The Front Sway Bar Torque Specifications for a 1999 Ford F-150?

Ford introduced the F-150 in 1975 as a half-ton pickup. The latest 2011 F-150 can haul 3,060 pounds. Suspension parts in a vehicle that carries a ton and a half have to be installed correctly or th... Read More »

How to Install a Sway Bar Link on a Ford?

Ford vehicles use two methods to attach the sway bar links. One type uses a bolt-on link, which features rubber molded into the ends of the links. The other method employs a tube and rubber cushion... Read More »