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  • BarryG
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    https://www.nissanparts.cc/oem-parts...ink-562610z800

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  • MidnightPr0be
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    Originally posted by Gt-Addict View Post
    Okay then, ask for a 1995 Nissan Altima Sway Bar Links right? and see if they have the TRW brand correct? and as to the front ones, I have to get those stock, meaning for an actual probe gt right? and not the altima?... front-OEM replacement
    rear-Altima links "TRW"
    According to The action Nissan near me the 95 altima does not have a sway bar or links in the front/back....

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  • Hans[93GT]
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    Autozone isn't going to sell the genuine parts.

    I got mine from bankstonnissanparts for $50 plus $10 shipping. Type in the part# from my photo.

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  • Gt-Addict
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    ^^^ What exactly did you ask for then? and can autozone get the same ones but for a nissan model if you tell them??

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  • Hans[93GT]
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    Personally I would only buy these from a Nissan dealer. Just because the TRW's say "OEM equivalent" doesn't mean they are the same quality as factory. I have had two Advance Auto and AutoZone sets of endlinks go bad on me, while the real Nissan parts have never failed me. Here is a pic of the real Nissan parts:

    http://i43.tinypic.com/205ybt.jpg
    http://i42.tinypic.com/aub5ex.jpg

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  • tour96se
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    they were 26.95 at advanced two weeks ago

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  • Gt-Addict
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    Okay then, ask for a 1995 Nissan Altima Sway Bar Links right? and see if they have the TRW brand correct? and as to the front ones, I have to get those stock, meaning for an actual probe gt right? and not the altima?... front-OEM replacement
    rear-Altima links "TRW"

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  • PGTphotographer
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    Ask for sway bar links. TRW is just the brand. I thought they meant to get the TRW brand for the Altima. Moog is the other main brand and they are expensive. They also used to carry "OE Brand" steering/suspension parts that were cheaper but with only a 1-year warranty whereas the other two have lifetime.

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  • Gt-Addict
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    ^^^ Okay thanks "PGTphotographer" I will go to the store itself then..But what exactly should I ask them for? so they know what im talking about? from reading these, it seems that the TRW endlinks are cheaper than the actual altima endlinks right? which those are almost $20.00 and somewhere here someone said that they got these TRW ones for like 9/10 dollars?What should I say to them its my question...

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  • PGTphotographer
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    I worked at advance for a long time...was a manager in fact. Im pretty sure they are listed under sway bar links. But I quit in January of last year and the website was usually different than the in-store computers.

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  • Gt-Addict
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    Hello, I know that these is an old thread, But was just inquiring some more info on these TRW Endlinks? I am trying to browse through the advanceautoparts.com website, and cant seem to find them...Can someone please give me some input on these???

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  • pw_cc_runner
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    Well I just hit this up today... thanks for the info.

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  • bino_5150
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    fyi~ those altima endlinks go great on the 16mm 2000 mazda 626 rear sway bar... and that is about $35 +/- brand new... and a definate upgrade...

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  • Hans[93GT]
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    Yep, those look like they should

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  • IPOCPresident
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    Here is a picture of the TRW's http://home.mchsi.com/~ipocpresident/Endlink.jpg

    I got them from Advanced Auto's website, but I am sure if yuo go in they would be able to get them for you.

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