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posted on January 9th, 2015 at 05:31 PM



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I have seen your style of sway bars and think they are the best setup to make at home. Can you post or pm me some more pics of your setup. There was a build link a few years ago, but can't find it. If you are keen to share some bar thicknesses and plate sizesetc that would be great too!
How's the car going?

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Hey Aaron,my front bar is a 19mm and rear 25mm both 2mm wall.I think my red car I ran a 22mm front bar but decided smaller on this one as its a bit lighter car....I welded some 2-3mm flat plate on to the ends and that is what the alloy blades bolt to...easy as....I'm on holidays in Africa ATM so no picked..

Have a goodie.
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Fabo,

what material are they, chromolly?

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posted on January 10th, 2015 at 03:28 AM



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Fabo
I have seen your style of sway bars and think they are the best setup to make at home. Can you post or pm me some more pics of your setup. There was a build link a few years ago, but can't find it. If you are keen to share some bar thicknesses and plate sizesetc that would be great too!
How's the car going?

Cheers Aaron
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Hey Aaron,my front bar is a 19mm and rear 25mm both 2mm wall.I think my red car I ran a 22mm front bar but decided smaller on this one as its a bit lighter car....I welded some 2-3mm flat plate on to the ends and that is what the alloy blades bolt to...easy as....I'm on holidays in Africa ATM so no picked..

Have a goodie.
Fabo


Fabo,

what material are they, chromolly? Yeah man,but I been told you don't need to use chromoly

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posted on January 10th, 2015 at 06:23 AM



I made mine out of mild steel tube. :tu:



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posted on January 13th, 2015 at 06:06 PM



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I made mine out of mild steel tube. :tu:


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