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Old March 23rd 2004, 21:15
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Rear sway bar in

I got the rear sway-bar installed the weekend too. Looks like I need to clean the bottom of my car while I have it up on stands.
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Old March 23rd 2004, 23:37
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Looks just like the one that I took off my car. Now I have a 20mm porsche 944 one, custom mounts were a bit time consuming to make though.
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Old March 24th 2004, 00:11
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Now I need a 1302 7/8 swat-a-way for the front.
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Old March 24th 2004, 00:50
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I have had my front 7/8 sway bar on the front of my car for years. Still don't know how it rides with it on. One of these days I will actually get to drive my car.
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Old March 24th 2004, 07:57
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nice job Dave.... defintely need to do some spring cleaning (pun intened)
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Old March 24th 2004, 11:24
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I got the rear sway-bar installed the weekend too. Looks like I need to clean the bottom of my car while I have it up on stands.
Thats the same as mine.It kicks ***! my car drove so flat after the install, I was surprized. Use some silicone lube on the two bar mounts, otherwise it will ride too stiff and bind.
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