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Old 02-20-2007, 08:45 PM   #11
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ok, good.

This is good info to have posted.

Thanks all.

Now for finding to make sure i get the right part # for them lol

I need to make sure tat the rear swat bushings for the inner mounts are/is

25602320


in the pic. #22 is what i need

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Old 02-20-2007, 08:47 PM   #12
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Dame....F41 and FE2 share the same sway bar the only differences are the spring rates to make the different suspension
I know this. I was one of the very first to swap these parts, You seem to have forgotten that. I also put a lot of track time into my testing and base my opinions on these swaps on that, Not just some book and some spirited driving around. In case you're wondering, You have infact pissed me off.
Please dont post that Bandit has F41 bars then when infact he as FE2/F41....you make it seem in the post that they are different animals, lets keep the facts straight for future refernce when searching

i have done the swap also, i dont think that it matters who did it first, big fuking deal, great for you

if you have a problem, please PM me so we can resolve it, and if we cant then we will seek further actions

and Ryan the GMPD listings should be the right parts for your application
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Didn't you get the bar from the junkyard?

Part #22 is the same between all the bars, the insulator that fits in it changes.
My book shows 25558129 as the right part.
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Good recovery guys.

/bitchfest
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Nope, i got them from Geoff
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Old 02-20-2007, 11:27 PM   #16
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Part #22 is the same between all the bars, the insulator that fits in it changes.
My book shows 25558129 as the right part.
Wait? the 17mm and the 21mm are the same? How?

Cuz the 21mm is bigger how is it going to fit? doesn't part # 22 come witht he bushing not just the breacket, it sounds like it comes with both on GMPD
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They're not the same, But you don't really need the 17mm part do you? I didn't bother to post the 17mm part number.


You want to buy the whole bracket or just the bushing?


Look at the part on your car. There'* a peice of rubber around the bar, That part changes, The rest of #22 is the same.
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Yeah i want the Rubber and the Bracket.
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Why do you want to replace a part you already have? Is something wrong with it?
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Old 02-21-2007, 11:40 AM   #20
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just ask anyone thats seen my car...

Rust likes my car

those parts are pretty rusty and i want new ones for my new other stuff
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