Stance+ Short/Shortened Front Drop Links (VW Polo 9N3) 160mm (M10x1.5) DL112

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  • Product Description

      Stance+ Shortened Drop Links

      The Stance+ adjustable shortened drop links are essential for lowered cars running a front drop link assembly. On certain cars, contact with the drive shaft and roll bar is common when lowering over 40mm. Stance+ have designed these shortened drop links to help reduce contact between the drive shaft and front anti roll bar. The lower your car is dropped the more stress is put on the standard drop link, causing them to wear and knock.

      Stance+ adjustable shortened drop links are supplied in pairs and are a direct fit to the factory fitted longer drop links. Fitting is easy and eliminates the tapping that can occur when your lowered car drops over 40mm. Please be advised on some models there are two bolt sizes with either an M10 and M12 nut size. If you do not know which size your car is fitted with, you may need to measure it.

      Stance+ produce these unique adjustable shortened drop links for most performance cars including some of the rare VW Quattro models. We have most kits in stock and offer some fantastic prices on the entire range. The Stance+ range of adjustable drop links is one of the most comprehensive ranges available offering excellent quality and prices.

      Essential for lowered vehicles to reduce contact between the drive shaft and the front anti roll bar. Direct replacement for the factory fitted drop links. Supplied as a pair.

      Drop Link Information

      Drop Link Length: 160mm
      Bolt Type: M10x1.5
      Warranty: 1 Year

      What is a Drop Link?

      Drop links are metal rods with joints (or bushings) at each end. The purpose of a drop link is to connect the anti-roll bar to the front shock absorber on most modern cars. Other names for drop links include "end-links", "anti-roll bar links" or occasionally "sway bar links".
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