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Whiteline Lateral Links



  • Q: Bushings   Toddguy4 years ago

    Does the OE whiteline bushing set fit in these? I need to buy these now because the bushings go bad on the eibach set and you’re out of luck because they aren’t replaceable.
  • Q: Lifting 06 wrx wagon  72superdude8 years ago

    Looking to lift my wagon with forester suspension and was wondering if this was the item needed (in addition to the struts and springs) to maintain proper wheel angle in the rear or is that adjustable rear control arms?
    • 1 of 1 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  These lateral links should be able to correct the toe and camber adjustments after raising the ride height, but we cannot guarantee that because they are not intended for raised vehicles. If you are using Forester struts and springs, then we also recommend using the OEM Forester subframe spacers as well as Forester rear sway bar mounts.

      Zach G. @ RallySport Direct 8 years ago  
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  • Q: WRX 06 Wagon  yurvois181549 years ago

    What are the maximum degrees of adjustment on these?
  • Q: WRX wagon vs Sedan Lateral links.  Harry Williams9 years ago

    What is the difference between these (wagon specific) and the Sedan specific Whiteline adjustable later links? If I get the sedan specific links for my '02 Wagon can I use Sedan sway bars and sway bar mounts? I know stock vs stock the wagon arms are not as long / less track. Thanks!
    • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  The length of these units and where the endlinks mount will be the difference. It is definitely possible to swap a wagon to a wider track, but we do not have the specifics on what is required.

      Stevens Henager @ RallySport Direct 9 years ago  
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    • 3 of 3 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  The wagon specific lateral links won't line up to sedan end links. They are much shorter as you can see in this pic (wagon Whiteline lateral link compared to installed OEM link.) The link will not reach the hub if mounted to to sedan sway bar. Hope this helps.

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  • Q: Ive got a quick question  donovan.dunlap10 years ago

    I am purchasing the Tein Flex coilovers and they come with the ability to adjust the front camber correct? I am looking to adjust my rear for the best way to adjust the rear camber to match the negative camber I will be adjusting the front to using the coilovers. I am just wondering would it be best to get and install this full kit for the rear or go cheaper and get the eibach kit. Also where exactly would all 4 of these bar mount up too. P.S. I drive an 05 subaru wrx wagon if that makes any difference
    • 1 of 1 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  For your 2005 WRX the least expensive way to adjust rear camber is to get rear camber bolts. From there you can get these Whiteline units to get even more adjustment if needed. Mounting will be from the hub to the rear subframe. Take a look under the rear of your car and you will see all 4 of the stock units.

      Kirill C. @ RallySport Direct 10 years ago  
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