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Got new swaybar links from Alfa Parts in Berkeley (they are open) but they didn't have this part which is called the pin. The pin connects the links to the suspension pan on the S4.
The threads on these are jacked up - I tried M10 x1.25 and M10 x 1.5 dies, neither seems to be the right fit.
I might just take them to a machine shop but I'm curious what the size is.
 

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The side with the cutback goes towards the sway bar drop link.
 

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Finally figured out the orientation, got it in place, drivers side stripped again. Removed it, cleaned it up again, stripped again (even with new nuts).
Going to just order the links now, if I had added them to my Classic Alfa order I'd already have them (convertible top I ordered arrived today, in like 2-3 days).
 
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