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Old 11-25-2002, 03:32 PM   #41
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We're all H bodies. They look drastically different from the outside, but underneath, there'* alot of similarities. Sway bar looks great Tim! Thanks for taking one for the team. I'm betting alot of 87-91 bonnies do this.
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Old 11-30-2002, 08:51 PM   #43
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anybody know where to get polyurithane or polygraphite bushings for these cars?
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BTW, if anyone is interested, I have another 34mm sway bar as well. So $50+SH and it'* yours.
I am slack, i know, do you still have that sway bar, I am ready for it now, I found a matching rear one. Please send me an email and I will pay you promptly.
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Hey Ty, what about a rear strutbar? Or could we modify the front bar onto the back?
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hey I got your pm buddha. sent you a reply as well.

TiMSmo0th you can custom make a rear STB. there are instructions on the web. I was going to do one myself (before the car died)
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csprague, can you give me the web site?
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Hey csprague, can you send me that link as well? As well as where I can get some poly bushings for that swaybar?
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I sent this info to Buddha Jones but I thought I would share it here as well. If anyone else wants to chime in, that'd be great.

Poly bushings: http://www.energysuspension.com/endl.html - What you need is down at the bottom, endlink sets, I don't know the size though. You'll have to go to a part stores, have them get an endlink kit for the Bonnie, and measure that to get the size.

As for the rear STB, how people usually do it is by buying a length of steel tubing, flattening the ends in a vice and bolting it on to the towers. My plan was to double-bolt it on each side and see how it worked.
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