Anti rotation links

Rougepont

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I wanted to refresh my front suspension and started to look at anti rotation links. Genuine parts came in at £50 odd pounds each and being tight I thought I'd have a look around to what was available.

On the Euro Car Parts website you'll find they sell three types but under anti roll bar links, if you look under description you'll need the links that are 153mm long .

I bought the Starline at 12.99 each, they also do the genuine ones (TRW) but around £50 each.

The Starline are good quality, I can't recommend them enough.
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A comparison of old vs new.

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Torque tightened up and fitted well.

Though this might help before anybody else forks out over £100 on genuine parts when these seem fine at £25.98 for both sides .

Thanks Craig
 

suj

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Problem is longevity of the parts, so let's hope they last.
I run TRW ones from Autodoc and they weren't £50 each!
 

J90RDN

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Been using them for a few years now on my track car and they are still going strong. They take all kinds of abuse on track!!
 
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Rougepont

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Thanks for the replys, glad that they will last.

@suj Never heard of AutoDoc before but the TRW parts are the cheapest around for sure, will check them out in the future.
 

suj

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Thanks for the replys, glad that they will last.

@suj Never heard of AutoDoc before but the TRW parts are the cheapest around for sure, will check them out in the future.
Definitely worth checking out mate, they're great if you're not in a massive rush (they're based mainland Europe), I search via Renault part numbers and most parts are found.

I haven't ordered an expensive amount (over the £135 threshold) since Brexit, so worth checking with them the situation with VAT and Duty (as some companies are covering these, so they might be too).