A year or two ago RCD was having big problems with customers installing the sway bar links incorrectly... and the end result was lots of snapped sway bar end links. PLC would help customers replace those under RCD warranty and not once were we given a unique part number. They might sell them separately but they are not listed in any printed material. RCD (and just about every other suspension manufacturer) is usually pretty protective of their individual parts because they really want you to purchase a complete kit. If you were an RCD customer with an RCD kit they would give you a new link should you somehow have snapped the original. Being that you own a Rancho kit you'll have a hard time finding just those links. An example of how RCD prevents customers from using their parts with other kits would be the Bilstein shocks that RCD includes with their kits... the Bilstein 5100 normally sells for around $75.00 to $80.00 bucks per shock. If you purchase the RCD valved Bilstein shock without a kit the price is double, around $150.00 per shock.
Those things ain't chrome either, they are billet steel with a Zinc plating to keep them from rusting. Nice stuff indeed!
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