May 31, 2015
My TB has a 190K miles and for several months I have heard a metallic click sound from the suspension. All four sway bar links had 0.015" to 0.030" of looseness at one or both of the connection points. Amazon provided all but one of the links rather quickly, One part, 46G0253A, was not delivered, but a ACDelco part I didn't order was shipped and received. The result of changing out 3 of the links causes me to offer some comments. 1. If you us an L-shaped Allen wrench on the front link's lower connection, inserted a piece of wood (I used a piece of 2X4) in such a way that the Allen will rest on it while you loosen the nut. As you loosen the nut the Allen wrench tends to shift and may wallow out before you get the nylock nut off. 2. In lieu of an L shaped Allen use a 6mm, 3/8 drive socket. 3. Slowly loosed the nut as not to build up heat that will cause binding. 4. Clean and lubricate the threaded area before attempting removal of the nuts. I did not remove the driver side rear link - It was the last one, and hardest to get to. I will do it later, I would recommend you do this one first. 5. Lastly, I purchased and installed a sway bar link from O'Reilly's to substitute for the one that Amazon failed to provide. I don't like the non-nylock nuts the came with it.
February 13, 2019
I purposefully chose the ACDelco OEM replacements for my 2002 Trailblazer. I all four sway bar links with ACDelco OEM replacements and this is the only one that came with grease fittings which was odd. It arrived in an ACDelco box like the other three links so I'm unsure what happened. I'm not complaining but none of the item pictures or description mention these being greasable and the OEM links were not greasable either. Installed no problem.
October 30, 2016
Pain to remove old ones esp. the rear drivers side (because of gas tank location) Direct fit though and had no issues with replacing for my 2003 trailblazer LS. Stopped the rear clunk going over bumps as expected. Good after market product will use again should I need to. It has been 4 months since I installed these and the rubbers and no issues so far.
April 10, 2016
Fits great for aftermarket, remember to use allan wrench on threaded ends were nut goes.
April 30, 2017
March 25, 2015
This worked out perfectly on my 2002 Bravada!
September 8, 2014
works great...will use your co. again
June 25, 2017