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Old 04-08-2007, 12:27 AM   #71
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if you do just the sway bar(*) it will still handle like Crap. Trust me!!!

You need the stiffer springs to really help the car handle
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Federal mogul is TRW and Moog, They are the same company. should be able to cross reference them on Federal mogul website.

Ill see what i can dig up.
Really? Thats what the guys told me. I just thought they were some different brand. They must be BS me or something, after all, they do think it'* odd a young guy like me likes buicks, lol..
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iirc you can use the same springs and sways that we do... Everything that Bandit used you also should be able to use.. I am quite sure of it... But either Bandit or I could research that a little more

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I just looked on Advance Auto Parts website and the Springs and Struts for a PA Ultra is the same as a FE2
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