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Sway bar linkage?

We are missing the bolts that go through the "swaybar?" into the a arms on both sides. We cannot find anyone who carries these and we arent sure what they are called. We tried to find a diagram of the front end to find the proper name but cant find that either. We have a lenos daewoo 1999. Any help?
ryan
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Hi Ryan,

I live in Australia and can get a pair of second hand ones if you like all you would have to pay would be the postage, but would hae to find out how much for you.

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Is it the stabilizer link ??
ask for those bolts
" front stabilizer shaft bolts " and see if those are the ones

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