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Sway bar end links

On my 01 f250 i have a 4" pro comp lift. It came with extended sway bar end links. The one on the driver side is bad and making nose. I can see play when tightening it. Where can i get new bushings? A local auto parts store or somewhere online? I wanted to ask your opinion before calling pro comp. thanks boys!
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Auto parts store usually will have the bushings in stock if they look like the stock peices

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They have the big eyelids at each end. I went to advance auto and saw some but they didnt look correct.
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Might have to call pro comp then

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On my 01 f250 i have a 4" pro comp lift. It came with extended sway bar end links. The one on the driver side is bad and making nose. I can see play when tightening it. Where can i get new bushings? A local auto parts store or somewhere online? I wanted to ask your opinion before calling pro comp. thanks boys!
Do they look like the stock ones or do they have grease fittings. My stock ones wore out after 245K and went to the Moog ones with grease fittings. I am looking at lifting mine and hope the new extended ones come with grease fittings. If you don't mind me asking, what size tires are you running with your 4" lift?

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