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Fays2 Watt's Link Specs

I received my Fays2 Watt's link a couple of days ago. I ordered it from Strano Performance Parts, which have excellent customer service. It was packaged very well and quality is top notch (credit to Fays2 here).

If you are considering a Watt's link and have been wondering about the weight, it weighs 25.8 lb. I didn't take off the all the bubble wrap (of which there is a lot) so that it doesn't get scratched until it's installed. it's probably closer to 25 lb flat overall without the wrap.

the frame weighs 10.6 lb so a Whiteline assembly (that attaches to the diff cover) will probably be closer to 15 lbs but I think it's worth it because I can continue to use the finned diff cover. Review on the difference will come soon after it's installed, which will hopefully be next week.

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Looking forward to it!

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post up pics. and how much did it run you?
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I will post pics as soon as it is installed! It's $650 + $55 for shipping (to Canada).
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I put that on my car a few weeks ago and the difference is outstanding. The back end stays planted on rough curves and doesn't dance around anymore. Add in the roll center adjustment that the white line doesn't have and how much cheaper it is and you can't go wrong with it.

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