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Old 11-06-2009, 08:04 PM   #1
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Join Date: Aug 2007
Chapter/Region: Tri-State
2007 OBP STI

Default FS (NJ): Whiteline 24-mm adjustable front sway, new-in-box

$170 shipped. Firm on price.
Lower price than ebay and vendors on Google shopping. Brand new, in box.

Long story short: Bought a used BSF36XZ for my 2007 STI. Sent that part to Global Performance Parts and discovered the used bar I bought was defective. They sent me a new one under warranty. I also learned that the BSF36XZ would not work on a 2004 or 2007 STI (GD) anyway. They sent me the correct part - this BSF33XZ. Will work on some Forester models as well and some WRX (not STI).

Download the USDM fitment catalog to see if it works on yours at Global Performance Parts.

I bought the used, defective bar for $150 shipped. Paid $13 to send it in for an inspection. I'll pay to send this NEW bar to you via USPS. Help an honest brother out while getting yourself a good part. =P
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