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post #11 of 50 (permalink) Old 03-10-2011, 10:07 AM Thread Starter
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Re: Looking for sticky! info on rear sway bars, install and troubleshooting

Thank you.

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Where do you guys get after market endlinks? I'll plug it above if there is a general consensus on the best place.

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post #12 of 50 (permalink) Old 03-10-2011, 03:50 PM Thread Starter
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Re: Looking for sticky! info on rear sway bars, install and troubleshooting

[quote author=Mz3xSyaoran link=topic=187081.msg3958185#msg3958185 date=1299724956]
I learned something.

You have my vote.
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what did you learn?

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Re: Info on rear sway bars, install and troubleshooting

Was just doing some research, you may wanna add the James Barone Swaybar

http://www.jamiesplanet.com/Sway_Bar...GEN1/index.htm
32mm bar with 3 settings
593
718
901
lbs/in for ratings


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post #14 of 50 (permalink) Old 03-18-2011, 02:36 PM Thread Starter
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Re: Info on rear sway bars, install and troubleshooting

[quote author=shaunmark link=topic=187081.msg3966410#msg3966410 date=1300409746]
Was just doing some research, you may wanna add the James Barone Swaybar

http://www.jamiesplanet.com/Sway_Bar...GEN1/index.htm
32mm bar with 3 settings
593
718
901
lbs/in for ratings
[/quote]

added above, thank you.

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post #15 of 50 (permalink) Old 03-21-2011, 08:08 AM
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Re: Info on rear sway bars, install and troubleshooting

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post #16 of 50 (permalink) Old 03-23-2011, 07:25 PM
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Re: Info on rear sway bars, install and troubleshooting

Does anyone run the James Barone?
looks pretty sweet, and Tri-Point is out of stock on theirs...

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[quote author=Arandomvirus link=topic=187081.msg3972264#msg3972264 date=1300922714]
Does anyone run the James Barone?
looks pretty sweet, and Tri-Point is out of stock on theirs...
[/quote]

I run it, the quality is out of this world. I don't have any experience with any other bars on this car, so my opinion would be a little biased. I can tell you that the bar is, of course, excellent build, and that it was shipped out an hour after I hit the purchase button.


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post #18 of 50 (permalink) Old 03-24-2011, 10:32 PM
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oh really?
the website is really basic , aka sketchy lol
i didnt wanna give card info to some fake ass site

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Re: Info on rear sway bars, install and troubleshooting

[quote author=Arandomvirus link=topic=187081.msg3973750#msg3973750 date=1301020347]
oh really?
the website is really basic , aka sketchy lol
i didnt wanna give card info to some fake ass site
[/quote]

I also ordered the James Barone RSB based on a high recommendation from a guy on my local forums. I to was concerned about the basic website and it only taking paypal but he assured me they are legit.

Although I can't comment on the quality yet, I can say they were quick and got my bar to ups in about 24 hours and they ship from illinois \

BTW awesome write up I am sure I will be referencing this when I do my install


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post #20 of 50 (permalink) Old 03-24-2011, 11:51 PM Thread Starter
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[quote author=jayc057 link=topic=187081.msg3973823#msg3973823 date=1301024071]
[quote author=Arandomvirus link=topic=187081.msg3973750#msg3973750 date=1301020347]
oh really?
the website is really basic , aka sketchy lol
i didnt wanna give card info to some fake ass site
[/quote]

I also ordered the James Barone RSB based on a high recommendation from a guy on my local forums. I to was concerned about the basic website and it only taking paypal but he assured me they are legit.

Although I can't comment on the quality yet, I can say they were quick and got my bar to ups in about 24 hours and they ship from illinois \

BTW awesome write up I am sure I will be referencing this when I do my install
[/quote]

no problem.

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