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Old 02-12-2010, 10:06 PM   #16
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My front sway bar uses a 23.5mm diameter bar. I've seen poly @ 23mm and 24 mm, guess I'd go with 24...... shouldn't there be a 23.5mm bushing or is the 0.5mm spacing normal? You carry the correct ones I need?
I would get the 23mm one and make it fit, snug is better then loose...

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Old 02-12-2010, 10:13 PM   #17
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cool check!! Thanks! knew there had to be an esy check for it.... Other than the changes I've done (and yes coilovers or cup kit would have been better), any suggestions to grab that last little friction?? I know winter cold and winter tires are certainly NOT the best combination for traction (running Maragoni's; Pirelli P0 knock-offs which are excellent), but trying to further reduce understeer in corners and some additional stability @ high speeds....
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