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I cant tell by the pics, but if they are cracking or super hard replace them. Sometimes you have to buy the links with the bushings, if they give you this option take them.
 

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the metal piece that connects the sway bar to the lower a-arm. the bushings generally come as a kit with those links, parts get updated from time to time. The new bushings may be made out of a different material and have a different diameter, if thats the case new links will be provided to work with the new bushing design.
 

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Those are the end links and you can get a replacement set for about $20 bucks in poly at AutoZone. Also, check your Bushings(the ones that hold the anti-swaybar to the frame) to see if you need those as well.
 

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those are already urethane bushings, they look fine. factory bushings are black and rubber. :bigthumbsup
Yes they are urethane but they also are factory OEM bushings. They are green and my 90 GT has them too. They are the toughest factory bushings.

They look ok. Links are not bend and bushings are in shape. There is a gap between sway bar end and bushing under it and you can try to tighten the upper link nut. If there is a play between bar and bushings when car is on its wheels then you should replace them if you want the sway bar work properly but as long as there is no metal to metal contact you don't need to replace them.
 
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