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Old 03-14-2009, 05:55 PM   #1
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Will these fit? Any benefit or difference b/t these years?

I can't find any info on this on m.net. Thanks.
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Old 03-14-2009, 08:42 PM   #2
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don't get the rear...unless you like dr!fting with the queers.
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all the a/m's I have looked at are different part #'s, but I can't think of what the difference would be... I know the end links are the same, 90-97. I can try to compare the 2 on Monday.
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Your going to need adjustable end links to make it work easily. Otherwise it will be a real pia to hook them up.
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they visually look the same, I couldn't tell a difference between a 93 and a 97. they are different part #'s though. it could just be a manufacture change or maybe a size difference. with the end links being the same part #, I would think any of them would work.

90-93 / NA01-34-151A
94-97 / NA80-34-151
95-97 Sport / NA75-34-151
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did you check the angle of the link hook-up? I believe I just read a thread saying there angled a little more and you would need to get adjustable endlinks for sure or your stock ones will break...
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I run an NB front bar on my 90, the angle is way outso you need adjustable endlinks (like everyone said before). Not sure if the 97 is different, btw I bought my endlinks for about 40bux new
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did you check the angle of the link hook-up?
they both were straight, had no sort of angle from what I could tell.
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