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Black Ops Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk / SRT Billet Sway Bar Endlinks
These Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk / SRT Billet Sway Bar End-links replace the flimsy OEM links with rigid, CNC-machined billet aluminum parts. Black Ops use urethane ball sockets in the ends to ensure proper end-link function with no additional noise or vibration.
Sold by the set 4pcs (front and rears)
Eibach Sway Bar: If you have the Eibach Sway bar found, please confirm you have the 12MM holes in it. Our front links are 14MM and our rear links are 12MM. Early Eibach sway bars had 14MM in the rear same as the front. If you have the sway bar and have the larger 14MM links in it which is the incorrect size you will be responsible for shipping both ways back to Black Ops and then back to you to correct this issue. So please check your bar holes if you are running the OEM end-links then you should have the 12MM holes.
These Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk / SRT Billet Sway Bar End-links are Stress analyzed using Finite Element Analysis or FEA.
What is Finite Element Analysis?
Finite Element Analysis is based on the premise that an approximate solution to any complex engineering problem can be reached by subdividing the problem into smaller, more manageable (finite) elements. Using finite elements, complex partial differential equations that describe the behavior of structures can be reduced to a set of linear equations that can easily be solved using the standard techniques of matrix algebra.
Why use Finite Element Analysis?
The finite element method is being used in virtually every engineering discipline. The aerospace, automotive, biomedical, chemicals, electronics, energy, geotechnical, manufacturing, and plastics industries routinely apply finite element analysis. In addition, it is not only used for analyzing classical static structural problems, but also for such diverse areas as mass transport, heat transfer, dynamics, stability, and radiation problems. Finite element analysis is the method of choice for optimizing new designs, verifying the fitness of existing facilities, predictive performance and evaluating new concepts. In addition, it has been used extensively for accident reconstruction and forensic investigations
Why Stress Engineering?
Like any other numerical approximation method, solutions produced by finite element analysis contain some error. The magnitude of the error is highly dependent on the type, size, and fineness of the model used. That is why not all finite element models are created equal. Indeed, the educational and industrial experience of the analyst, as well as the use of advanced technologies, are the most critical factors in obtaining accurate results. Stress Engineering is a leading provider of finite element analysis services to industries worldwide. Our reputation is founded on broad industry experience of our engineers and their ability to expertly apply this sophisticated analysis tool to achieve reliable solutions
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