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Calmini Sway Link length???
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    Default Calmini Sway Link length???

    So the question is for anyone with a Calmini SaS running their sway bar kit


    The connecting links they provided are the wrong length and can not be reworked If I had a picture Id post the crap...

    Need to know the eye to eye length of the sway bar links


    Thank you in advance


    Btw it took nearly a year for Calmini to deliver it!
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    I took mine off since I'm no longer running the kit the way it was designed to be run.
    I'd be interested to see how the ones you have are wrong.
    Just so I'm on the same page, you are talking about the "links" that connect between the axle and the arm coming off the sway bar, correct?
    SAS, SOA, 3.91:1, 5.13, ARBx2, 35's and way to much $$$ invested.

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    I took mine off since I'm no longer running the kit the way it was designed to be run.
    I'd be interested to see how the ones you have are wrong.
    Just so I'm on the same page, you are talking about the "links" that connect between the axle and the arm coming off the sway bar, correct?
    SAS, SOA, 3.91:1, 5.13, ARBx2, 35's and way to much $$$ invested.

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    The links that came with the kit are 9 and 5/8” (9.625”) eye to eye when closed as seen in photo. With the truck at rest (as shown) there is about 1/2” between the front of the anti-sway arm and the shock perch mount. If it cycles up it will make contact. There is at least 3” of up travel before the axle hits the bump stop. So it seems as if the arms are not bent out enough or the links are too long or something we are not thinking of…
    The kit came without instructions or packing list.
    True to form Calmini “customer service” is unresponsive.

    Thanks for any help.
    Tom + Bklyn.X

    "All in all not a bad guy - if looks, brains and personality don't count."

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    Interesting, as that is nothing like the links I got with either of my kits, or any of the kits I've helped install or seen. Completely wrong. It's probably just the photo quality, since I can't zoom in without distortion, but that thing looks home made.

    Also have never had a single issue with Calmini's customer service. Even had them offer to overnight a part for me when I was in a bind. If that's the link that came with the kit, from them, I'd call and ask what happened.

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    This is what every link I've gotten and seen has been.
    SAS, SOA, 3.91:1, 5.13, ARBx2, 35's and way to much $$$ invested.

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    Interesting, as that is nothing like the links I got with either of my kits, or any of the kits I've helped install or seen. Completely wrong. It's probably just the photo quality, since I can't zoom in without distortion, but that thing looks home made.

    Also have never had a single issue with Calmini's customer service. Even had them offer to overnight a part for me when I was in a bind. If that's the link that came with the kit, from them, I'd call and ask what happened.

    IMG_2061.jpg
    IMG_2062.jpg
    IMG_2063.jpg

    This is what every link I've gotten and seen has been.
    SAS, SOA, 3.91:1, 5.13, ARBx2, 35's and way to much $$$ invested.

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    And I have no f)(*&ing clue why it's posting my responses twice.....
    SAS, SOA, 3.91:1, 5.13, ARBx2, 35's and way to much $$$ invested.

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    I'll take a close up of it and post it tomorrow but yeah, it looks like a POS. Can you tell me how long the link you have pictured is?
    Thanks for your help and quick response.
    Tom + Bklyn.X

    "All in all not a bad guy - if looks, brains and personality don't count."

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    Tom + Bklyn.X

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    Um yeah, that's home made, not Calmini.

    I'm gonna have to search a bit to see if I still even have them. I took them off many years ago. I'll see what I can do tomorrow.
    SAS, SOA, 3.91:1, 5.13, ARBx2, 35's and way to much $$$ invested.

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