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Old 09-10-2014, 12:06 PM   #1
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Arrow Reinforced Sway Bar Mounts - NOW IN STOCK!

The OE stamped steel sway bar mounts are just not designed for much of the abuse we put our roadsters through. Sticky tires, large front bars and aggressive driving can push the OE mounts to the point of tearing in half.

Even if you don't break your factory mounts, there is a VERY good chance they are flexing under load and not allowing the bar to transfer load properly.
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Would you have any pics of them installed?
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Absolutely.

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That's attractive. And it's on my list to do.
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Welding required for installation? Just wanna make sure.
Drilling new holes required?
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Do they clear the long bolt?
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He's holding my fuel rail hostage for 6 days while he's out of town, not sure he'll answer for a bit.

But a friend of mine installed these. There is some spot welds you'll have to drill out with a tool like this from HF:



And then it just bolts in.

Unsure if it clears the long bolt.
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Welding required for installation? Just wanna make sure.
Drilling new holes required?
Welding is absolutely not required. The hardest part about the installation is removing the spot weld and even that is very simple. It can be done using the tool that Curly identified or a simple drill bit that is wide enough to cover the surface of the spot weld.
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They look IDENTICAL to the AWR brackets. If they are, they clear the long bolt.
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They look IDENTICAL to the AWR brackets. If they are, they clear the long bolt.
AWR is the manufacturer.
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Then I'll vouch for the quality. Powdercoating and fitment were perfect. Fits both the NA and NB's
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I NEED THESE!

(not really, but they're so sexy and my car is stripped down now, so...)

I NEED THESE!!
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Back in stock as of today!
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