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Old 08-22-2004, 07:29 AM   #1
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Default Anybody use the Whiteline BSR37X 24mm rear non-adjust swaybar for STI?

has anybody tried this swaybar? I know I want to run 24mm, don't need adjustment, and prefer not to have the long ends sticking out like I do with my 22-24 adjustable bar... cause they cause issues with the endlinks on my STI.

Has anybody used this bar or know where to get it?
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Old 08-22-2004, 02:17 PM   #2
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Pick it up from PDM, perhaps my favorite Whiteline dealer. What bar are you running up front? Are you always in the fat boy 24mm setting with your adjustable?

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Old 08-22-2004, 02:20 PM   #3
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I know you would just HATE to trim that bar, but why not just trim the one you have?
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though I wonder if the hole postion in the adjustable would be too different from a non adjustable, putting extra strain on the endlinks, etc.? any potential issues with the strength of the bar after cutting?
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though I wonder if the hole postion in the adjustable would be too different from a non adjustable, putting extra strain on the endlinks, etc.? any potential issues with the strength of the bar after cutting?
I don't see how it could cause any problem, as long as heat didn't become an issue with regards to the material at the end of the bar as a result of working it, and I think Nick could adequately assess and address that issue.....right, Nick
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