BDS Suspension adds new sway bar link kits to its lineup of accessories for the Toyota Tundra. Designed as an easy to install, bolt-in replacement for most lifted Tundras, these links feature fine thread adjustability with a durometer specific polyurethane bushing and sleeve at one end and a greaseable spherical bushing with misalignment spacers at the other. Mounting hardware is also provided to make installation quick and easy. These sway bar links are designed for compatibility with most Tundra lift kits on the market, available as a standalone accessory and now included as standard equipment in all BDS 4.5” and 7” High Clearance Systems.

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Tundra Sway Bar Links

Product Description

Tundra Sway Bar Link Kits

Vehicle Fitment

2007-2018 Toyota Tundra 2/4WD

Kit Info

#128702 - (Tundra Sway Bar Links)  - $121.41

Product Features

  • Easy Install, bolt-on design
  • Corrects sway bar operating angle
  • Adjustable length compatible with a range of lift heights
  • Quiet operation with bushings at both ends

Updated Kit Listings

814H/814F/814FDSC - 4.5” Systems, 07-15 Tundra
819H/819F/819FDSC - 4.5” Systems, 16-18 Tundra
813H/813F/813FDSC - 7” Systems, 07-15 Tundra
818H/818F/818FDSC - 7” Systems, 16-18 Tundra

Factory Protection Plus
  • 5-year, 60,000 mile drivetrain Warranty
  • BDS’s exclusive No Fine Print Warranty

*** Check BDS website prior to ordering to confirm information is up-to-date with current product listings ***

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11 Comments on “Sway Bar Links | 2007-2018 Toyota Tundra | NPA #334
  • Homero Zapata says:

    How do u do a claim on this sway bar links my are squeaking out of control I apply some grease or WD-40 and stops for about a week I have a 2012 tundra with 7 in BDS LIFT and this is the only problem I have with this lift. Are this part under warranty or I have to order new sway bar links

    • Carter @ BDS Suspension says:

      Hi Homero,
      Thanks for reaching out. I’m sorry to hear you’re having an issue with the sway bar links on your Tundra. This would be a topic to discuss with our customer service/tech dept over email at to see what options are available. With all warranty topics proof of purchase is needed so be sure to include a copy of your original receipt.

  • William says:

    I have a 2019 tundra TRD and put a 5 inch BDS lift. The rear TRD sway bar needs extenders to go back on. Do you have anything coming out soon to fix this issue?

  • BRIAN says:


    • Carter @ BDS Suspension says:

      Hey Brian, we don’t offer a stand along front sway bar relocation kit, but do relocation it as part of our 4.5″ and 7″ lift systems for the Tundra

  • Peng Her says:

    Why didn’t you guys have this with the lift kit I got 3 years back. The metal ones squeaks at everything..

  • Beau says:

    The torque specs are waaaay off. If you torque to 90 lbs, the bolt crushes the rubber bushings

    • Carter @ BDS Suspension says:

      Hi Beau, if you had an issue with the torque spec please contact our tech support team so they can assist with getting you the replacement bushing/sleeve if needed. Include a photo and email them at

  • Paul Rivera says:

    I have a Rough country 6” lift on my Tundra. Want to get the correct rear sway bar end link extension. Please advise. Thanks

    • Carter @ BDS Suspension says:

      Hey Paul,
      These adjustable (front) sway bar links can be adjusted between 4.5-7″ of lift – (#128702)

      For the (rear) sway bars, we offer replacement links designed around 4.5″ (#128308) or 7″ lift kits (#128509). Either would install, the #128509 would likely create the more ideal rear sway bar operating angle with a 6″ lift.

      #128308 links – 16″ eye-to-eye length
      #128509 links – 19″ eye-to-eye length


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