Almost as great as the rear sway bar install.
I put these on my car a year after I put on my rear sway bar and honestly Deez made just as big of a difference as that rear sway bar of course up for discussion. I was generally surprised when I do design and just how much more my handling increased on the cobalt it’s actually insane and I am still on all season tires the same tires when I first had bought the car. If there is anything I recommend people to do it is get these adjustable links get your rear sway bar get your FE5 control arms and you will have a handling monster out of the box.
Get rid of OEM plastic, get these ZZP steel Links
These are a great replacement, easy install, just make sure locking nuts are tightened down
So much nicer then stock and now sitting just right for my lowered Sonic on BC coils
Very nice part, well made and sturdy. Well priced for the quality. Easy enough install and a must when you drop the car a few inches
Another solid product from zzp
Great product front feels a lot better especially when my old links were clunking away. Lol. As far as install I put anti-seize on all of the threads and made the length equal to the stock ones I took off. Lowered the car with the wheels and bounced the suspension a few times to settle it. Then reached underneath the car to the links and turned them until I found the neutral position (not feeling any resistance in either direction) then raised the vehicle r/r the tires and tightened down both jam nuts.