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DescriptionMAXX Link Heavy-Duty sway bar end links for '03-'12 full-size 2X2 Dodge Ram 2500/3500 pick-ups with independent front suspension. MAXX Link sway bar links are the extremely durable and cost efficient solution to the Dodge truck's reputation for chewing up OEM ball-in-socket style end links.
Made from a combination of high grade steel and corrosion-resistant components, the MAXX Link system utilizes simple, effective design in conjunction with sturdy, robust parts to achieve outstanding performance and long-lasting results! No more changing your Dodge's sway bar links every fifty thousand miles!
MAXX Links are engineered to work hard and built tough to last a long time. Perfectly suited as a high-quality replacement piece or as a preventative maintenance measure.
MAXXLinks simply replace original equipment sway bar end links. Installation takes just forty five minutes to an hour and is supported by the SuspensionMAXX Technical Support Program. SMX-1229 measures 7.5 inches from bottom of front sway bar to axle mount centerline.
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Fix for worn out OEM
May 27, 2019 | By David Rollins
'04 2500 link ends were worn out and one was actually broken. New Maxx units are build tough so they will last longer than OEM. Installed fine but it would have been nice if the top piece had 1/2" more threads to allow nut to be installed. Difficult to get the nut to start due to the uncompressed bushings. Once installed, the Maxx units are clearly the best link ends for the truck and will not have the detached cup/rubber issue like my OEM.
Owner Response:Thank you for bringing that to our attention, David. We forwarded your suggestion to the manufacturer, and they said they can make some changes to make it easier in the future. Thanks for your business and for your feedback!
Fix for worn out OEM
May 19, 2019 | By David
MAXX link ends are a great upgrade for worn out OEM links. My '03 2WD 2500 was coming up on 180,000. I'm the 3rd owner so I have been doing overdue maintenance. While replacing the original shocks, I found that the original OEM links were worn out and one was actually broken. The lower ball was completely disconnected from the rod. The MAXX installed with little trouble and are clearly built stronger by not relying of a ball/cup encapsulated in a rubber bushing. The MAXX is build solid for years of use. Why install another OEM link end that will fail again when MAXX makes a great upgrade for a reasonable cost from Geno's?
Install and Tech Information
Download SMX-1229 Installation Instructions.pdf