1999 Ford F-150 Sway Bar Link Replacement LG Exotic Auto Transport LGExoticAutoTransport | August 17, 2017 | LG Exotic Auto Transport | 23 Comments In this video we replace the sway bar links on a 1999 Ford F-150. Click Here for the parts seen in this video: Moog Premium Polyurethane Bushing Design (Sold Individually): source Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Tags:1999, Apdty, auto parts, broken, DIY, F-150, fix, Ford F-Series (Automobile Model), How to, not working, remove, Repair, replace, suspension, Sway Bar Related Posts BEST OF supercar SOUNDS 2016! 2 Comments | Aug 10, 2017 Supercar sounds Zurich May 2015 25 Comments | Sep 19, 2017 2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E350 for sale in Addison, TX 7500 No Comments | Nov 18, 2017 Aston DBC Follow @amazing_cars @amazing_cars @amazing_cars @amazing_cars… No Comments | Nov 9, 2017 About The Author LG Exotic Auto Transport LG Exotic Auto Transport 23 Comments Josh D. August 17, 2017 Log in to Reply That guy can spin the hell out of that nut! Lol Joseph Price August 17, 2017 Log in to Reply Thanks so much for posting this video. I didn't even know what a sway bar link was until I changed my shocks and noticed the original links (99 Expedition) just hanging with no rubber bushings etc. I purchased the Moog parts based on your recommendation and installed them today. Thanks again! Melissa Dennison August 17, 2017 Log in to Reply by any chance are the black sleeves threaded?? Mine is stuck on the bolt… Jeff Fitzsimmons August 17, 2017 Log in to Reply i have a question!? would anybody know what the size sway bar bushing i would need for a 2001 f150 4.6 ?? help Kevin M August 17, 2017 Log in to Reply Great video really appreciate it. mike widdowson August 17, 2017 Log in to Reply Good video, but it would have been better if you did it from the front. Pancakebut August 17, 2017 Log in to Reply It makes me so happy to understand my problem and how to repair it in 15mins by watching a Video on Youtube. Where as i would be reading a book for hours as a kid before the internet and running back and fourth to the store! Ana Ortega August 17, 2017 Log in to Reply thaks esta super bien explicado great larry bryant August 17, 2017 Log in to Reply Wonderful video thanks for the info!! BigSarge August 17, 2017 Log in to Reply have a question if your sway bar links a need replacing with that cause your tires to wear on the inside of both front tires? or is that something else that wrong on top of the sway bar links needing replacement. Slim Jim August 17, 2017 Log in to Reply Was having this problem with rattling, and noticed yesterday while swapping my front shocks that the sway bar links had no bushings. Great video Moog replacements are in the mail so should have it all sorted out in a couple of days thanks to Amazon 2 day free prime member shipping. $20 for 2 of them to stop that annoying rattling over bumps, and should improve my steering as well. Eventually I want to rebuild and replace all the steering linkage bushings. Truck is pushing 200k miles and basically anything that can break is pretty work breaking at this point. However maintenance to fix it as it breaks is still cheaper than a new truck payment, and insurance. Gonna drive it until the wheels falls off or I'm too old to drive. lol Jonathan Powell August 17, 2017 Log in to Reply I just bought a sway bar end link from moog. I can't figure out the upper part from the bottom. what the hell is a cover plate? Instructions say: The end with the cover plate goes into the sway bar. how about some photo directions instead of word play directions only "Moog"? I need to get my car back together! What end has this cover plate? what does it look like! 2000 Ford Taurus John Fisher August 17, 2017 Log in to Reply Just a note to say how much I appreciate your video. Simple to follow instructions for a shade tree mechanic like me. Replaced sway bar links on my 99 Ford Ranger today in about half an hour. I could not believe the difference in steering stability after the job was done. The Moog folks owe you one. Used their parts based on your recommendation. Thanks again for your help. kevin Mcgray August 17, 2017 Log in to Reply great job! I have a disability that leaves me confused easily and its nice to watch a straight forward video M Gomez August 17, 2017 Log in to Reply The reason I is that mine is at an angle. 02 f150, reg.cab, 6cyl, with 32mm sway bar bushings. pkease respond. Carson Myers August 17, 2017 Log in to Reply "As you can see here there is still one bushing left." Well, not much of one! lol MarcusErectusDelCactus August 17, 2017 Log in to Reply i hit a nice size pot hole, and immediately could hear that something broke on the passengers side, it was this sway bar link. my threads were too fused so had to use angle grinder to cut the bolt, two sawzall blades couldn't cut through this bolt. also, i only replaced the broken one since advance and autozone sells these individually and the other one seems just fine. until i hit another massive pot hole on the other side, it should hold just fine 😉 … thx for the vid. Sidi Mohamed AFIFI August 17, 2017 Log in to Reply Nice job! Thanks for sharing. James Gibbons August 17, 2017 Log in to Reply Very helpful video. Thanks so much for posting!! JackofSpades August 17, 2017 Log in to Reply "We charged him $500 after all was said and done." Charles Talley August 17, 2017 Log in to Reply Very helpful. .Thank you Cliff Dukes August 17, 2017 Log in to Reply what kit did you use? which1ispink August 17, 2017 Log in to Reply Very helpful and cost saving video. Shows step by step with good quality video and audio. Nice job! Add a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.