Adjustable front end links! Adjustable for all vehicles from slammed to lifted!

Hey!! Welcome to this week's #modmonday! Where I give you my take and insight of an installed part on either of my two Subarus. This week are front adjustable endlinks for the Forester! I purchased these used and am not exact on the brand they are most likely Whiteline but are also available from Rallitek

Adjustable  vs Stock

Adjustable vs Stock


When lifting or lowering your vehicle there are many changes to the geometry. Without corrections it can cause suspension parts to fight with one another. As with the factory rear end links show this issue by holding up the suspension when it tries to shift individually and restricts it's ability to allow full suspension droop.

Hanging up with the stock links.

Hanging up with the stock links.


If you have lifted your Forester you will notice that you need to remove the endlinks just to install the strut lift spacers. This shows you just how much geometry is changed. You may also note that when you raise the vehicle in the air it will hold the control arms up. When the endlink is engaging the sway bar(hanging up) it is adding suspension frequency which can ruin ride quality and the ability of the swaybar to work in a proper way. 


Like most adjustable links these can be moved to suite your build. I choose to lengthen them about an inch. With this done I took it for a spin and noted just how much better then front end reacts to turns. It keeps the Forester much flatter and controllable through turns. The extended endlinks will allow the lower control to travel further than the stockers. 

Sometimes they don’t come off to easy.

Sometimes they don’t come off to easy.


Installation is quite easy given your old links aren't rusted together. After installation and choosing your endlink length you can lower the vehicle and tighten them on a flat surface. 

Using the suspension to help hold the allen key in place.

Using the suspension to help hold the allen key in place.


These are a great upgrade for stock or upgraded sway bars and won't add any noise, harshness or vibration. Just another mod I should have installed much earlier on.  These have been wonderful so far with little to no maintenance. This would be the biggest bonus over the Loyale Fab links (https://www.blingstrom.com/blog/2019/1/25/loyale-fab-adjustable-endlinks-allowing-for-more-rear-suspension-articulation) which during the wet and snowy months made need a spritz of lubrication to keep them quiet. The initial cost on these shows this lack of necessary maintenance.

Installed and ready the final touches and a road test.  Endlink link

Installed and ready the final touches and a road test. Endlink link


Questions, comments, thoughts? Leave them below! 

Amazon links:

Whiteline KL1C139 front endlinks

Rallitek front adjustable endlinks

















Dan Engstrom2 Comments