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Where can I find front sway bar links for my '06 Dakota?

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  • Kenneth Dawdy Sep 08, 2010

    I know that a sway bar link is, I just want to know where to buy them! The price at the Dodge dealer is exorbitant ($78.00 per side), and the parts houses (Autozone, etc.) don't have them in stock yet. Is there somewhere I can buy these links?

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2006?? best advice i can give is to try the auto factor first and if their is no listing then the dealer

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The sway bar links is about 12 to 15 inches long and bolt to the strut and to the sway bar using an 18 mm nut the bolt is part of the link .

Posted on Sep 07, 2010

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