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    WTB: WRX Rear sway

    I'm interested in buying a WRX rear sway bar. I am willing to drive half an hour, or meet up in between.

    My only question is will it fit on my stock mounts?
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    i have a WRX rear sway sitting less than 3 feet from me as i type this. i don't know about your mounts, tho. if you find that it will work for you, you can have it. i also have my WRX springs and brakes. the rotors and pads had 7k miles on them when i upgraded. not the best brakes, but they would work well as an emergency replacement until upgrades could be afforded. you can have all/any of this stuff for dirt cheap. pm me if interested and we can arrange a meeting.

    edit: i don't know the differences between the rs and the WRX. the springs and brakes may be the same as your stock parts.
    Last edited by rex.effect; 06-20-2007 at 03:14 AM.
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    i forgot to add that all of the parts listed above are from when i had my 04 wrx.
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    I'd only be interested in the rear sway at this point.
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    that's cool. i was just running off the list of parts i have on my floor in plastic totes.
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    You said if I need the mounts I can have them, does that mean if the WRX rear sway doesn't fit my stock mounts, you'll give me your mounts for free? or for a small price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazly413 View Post
    You said if I need the mounts I can have them, does that mean if the WRX rear sway doesn't fit my stock mounts, you'll give me your mounts for free? or for a small price.
    no, i don't have any mounts. i was saying i don't know if your mounts will work or not. contact Seeing StaRS and ask him if the WRX bar will fit the RS mounts. he may be able to help you out.
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