sway-bars

Whiteline KLC106 - Suspension Stabilizer Bar Link Kit Front

rating-star review rating-star review 1rating-star review 2rating-star review 3rating-star review 4
stock messaging In StockIn Stock
This product ships between 1 and 2 business days
Check to see if this fits your vehicle

TOP MEMBER BUILDS RUNNING THIS MOD

Whiteline KLC106 - Suspension Stabilizer Bar Link Kit Front

This part fits

  1. 2011 Ford Focus SE
  2. 2011 Ford Focus S
  3. 2011 Ford Focus SES
  4. 2011 Ford Focus SEL
  5. 2010 Ford Focus SEL
  6. 2010 Ford Focus SE
  7. 2010 Ford Focus S
  8. 2010 Ford Focus SES
  9. 2009 Ford Focus SES
  10. 2009 Ford Focus SEL
  11. 2009 Ford Focus SE
  12. 2009 Ford Focus S
  13. 2008 Ford Focus SE
  14. 2008 Ford Focus SES
  15. 2008 Ford Focus S
  16. show all...
Authorized Dealer

About this product

Part #: KLC106

Not many enthusiasts are aware that OE and more importantly aftermarket sway bar effectiveness can be hindered by worn or inadequate mounts, drop links and lateral stoppers. Whiteline adjustable sway bar links are engineered to be up to the task with top spec, light weight componentry combined with a window of adjustability, eliminating sway bar preload on installation but most importantly ensuring the maximum output of the sway bar for improved grip and better handling.

More Details

TitleWhiteline - KLC106 - Sway bar - link

See what our community says about whiteline products

product page reviews icon 0product page reviews icon 1product page reviews icon 2product page reviews icon 3product page reviews icon 4
What made you choose this particular product?
Front swaybar and rear swaybar combo needed to help combat understeer at the track and reduce body roll. 22mm in front, 24mm in rear.
View on Micah's build
Edward Robinson

699

Edward Robinson
2010 Subaru Legacy
product page reviews icon 0product page reviews icon 1product page reviews icon 2product page reviews icon 3product page reviews icon 4
What made you choose this particular product?
Brand loyalty and performance
Is this your first time buying from this brand? Did you consider other brands?
I have bought from them before. I did not consider other brands.
Was it easy to install? Any installation tips that will help others?
An offset box end wrench is needed to access the nuts due to the spare tire well. other than that it is an easy install.
Once you've had a chance to use the product, did it meet your expectations?
The slack in the driveline is noticeably reduced
View on Edward's build
product page reviews icon 0product page reviews icon 1product page reviews icon 2product page reviews icon 3product page reviews icon 4
What made you choose this particular product?
just trying to get ready for the track
View on Matthew's build
Jeremy Campbell

357

Jeremy Campbell
2011 Subaru Impreza
product page reviews icon 0product page reviews icon 1product page reviews icon 2product page reviews icon 3product page reviews icon 4
What made you choose this particular product?
It'll fit a larger intercooler underneath.
Is this your first time buying from this brand? Did you consider other brands?
No, I have several of their bushing as well.
Was it easy to install? Any installation tips that will help others?
Fairly easy.
Once you've had a chance to use the product, did it meet your expectations?
It is hard to tell a difference on the WRX, as the strut towers are already pretty stiff. On a high speed corner, it does feel better though.
View on Jeremy's build
product page reviews icon 0product page reviews icon 1product page reviews icon 2product page reviews icon 3product page reviews icon 4
What made you choose this particular product?
I know Whiteline to be an excellent company and when I needed replacement ball joints it just made sense to spend a little more for a much higher quality set. Plus the outer tie rods were so old and worn that it didn't hurt replacing them too.
Is this your first time buying from this brand? Did you consider other brands?
No Whiteline is a great company. They're always my first look when I need any suspension components.
Was it easy to install? Any installation tips that will help others?
Installation is straightforward, however, I got hung up on removing the ball joint sleeves from the old ball joints to be reused on the new ones. You'll definitely need a pitman arm puller to get them off.
Once you've had a chance to use the product, did it meet your expectations?
They are excellent quality and although I have yet to put many miles on them or get the car aligned I'm sure they will out perform the stock units and last a long time.
Any additional comments?
Buy a pitman arm puller for removing the ball joint sleeves and invest in a big ass hammer for knocking the outer tie rod out of the hub.
View on Dan's build
California prop 65 warningWARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm www.p65warnings.cs.gov

*Some manufacturer restrictions apply.

shipping-worldwide from warehouse

we ship worldwide!

Based in California with 3 warehouses across the country, we’re sending out shipments everyday of the week, even Saturdays. Because your next mod shouldn’t have to wait.

+ FREE GROUND SHIPPING ON U.S. ORDERS OVER $99
Globe international shipping icon
Have a question? Ask an Expert!

Finding the best parts can be tricky

- but not to worry! Our team of experienced American Muscle, JDM, Euro, and off-road tuners are ready to answer your questions (as long as we’re not in the garage wrenching on our own builds).

Decorative testimonal quote icon

What do you get when you mix Facebook, Amazon, and your favorite online car forum? You get Wheelwell.com.

undefined supporting their testimonial

Hot Rod Magazine

Decorative testimonal quote icon

Wheelwell helps you organize all your stuff for your car, I’ve loaded all my cars on Wheelwell and you can see all the parts I’ve put in them and that may help you make a decision with your own build.

Matt Farah supporting their testimonial

Matt Farah

The Smoking Tire / The Drive

Decorative testimonal quote icon

This is an awesome new site where enthusiasts can get together and figure out what products work best on their ride.

undefined supporting their testimonial

The Truck Show Podcast