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Date: Wed, 28 Jul 1999 21:53:41 -0800
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From: Greg Merritt <gregm@vwtype3.org>
Subject: Re: [T3] Front sway bar
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	Turns out there is another, totally different style, under the Empi
brand.  Mine is basically just like the stock Beetle external front bar on
steroids -- two rubber bushings w/ clamps on each lower front trailing arm.
No messing with the pan or with shock bolts -- though you do have to
hacksaw off the front tow ring on the beam.

Cheers,
-Greg


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