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Sheared both of them right off at the thread. Not sure how. Before I pay $70 for some replacement CST bolts and bushings is there a better solution out there?
 

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yeah, run without them. WAY cheaper
 

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It's common on lifted trucks, especially when you crank the torsion bars. $70 sounds about right for CST. When mine broke on my old truck, FTS wanted $40 just for one side. This included upper/lower bushings, nuts, washers, bolts, and a slightly longer brass endlink. I replaced both while I was at it.
 

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I have nothing to add on the matter but who is that chick in your sig. I seriously watched that GIF for like 5 minutes

EDIT-As soon as I saw it, I saw the sentence to the right of her.
 

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You could always make your own and design them not to break. Or you could fuel CST's already heavy wallet..........your choice.
 

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What! I had to drop 80 for one when fabtech's bolt sheared off inside of it. Was it the bolt or the entire link?
 

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$70 is about right from them i guess, or you go with someone else or machine your own.

either way, i want you truck, thats like exactly what i want in a new truck right now.
 
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