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This is a discussion on help with swaybars and steering rack bushings within the Suspension & Wheels forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by Big Sky WRX Whiteline also makes a 22mm adj front as well RCE just came out w/ ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Sky WRX View Post
    Whiteline also makes a 22mm adj front as well

    RCE just came out w/ sway bars- 25mm adj front, 25 adj rear (these are solid 25mm)
    http://www.racecompengineering.com/i...s+and+Endlinks Where are they listed?

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    so whadda guys think of getting two different bars like two different companies
    I am considering Perrin up front, with the Hotchkis in the rear - not a problem at all.
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    one last question If i order the cusco set I don't need any thing else, like why does Cobb come with mounts, do I need to get mounts for cusco?

    thanks for all your help everyone who has posted
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    Aftermarket rear mounts are an improvement over the OEMs as they are bigger and beefier. The Hotchkis mounts I have in the rear are quite stout.
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    the mounts are different than endlinks correct and does anyone know what mounts will work with the cusco sways also which endlinks are compatible as well would be helpful
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    I don't think they are even on the website yet

    IWSTI.com: Subaru STI Forums - View Single Post - NEW Suspension parts from Racecomp Engineering! RCE Tarmac Zeroes and RCE Swaybars!!!

    yes you can mix/match f/r swaybars from different companies

    the mounts on the 04+ WRX's are fine for just about any bar

    Cobb makes an adj mount that is pretty interesting- the actual mount moves w/ the adj of the sway bar, pretty trick, but folks have gotten along fine w/o them
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubaruWRC View Post
    so whadda guys think of getting two different bars like two different companies
    It's not rocket science, it's just a swaybar. No matter who you go with it's just a bent steel bar. Also the two swaybars can't even see each other, so unless you tell one bar that the other bar doesn't match they wouldn't even know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrx wagone View Post
    It's not rocket science, it's just a swaybar. No matter who you go with it's just a bent steel bar. Also the two swaybars can't even see each other, so unless you tell one bar that the other bar doesn't match they wouldn't even know.
    Oh, they know. They'll see it in your eyes.

    They'll always be wondering, "Did he lube that front bar as much as me?" or "I bet he's back there torquing that sway bar in the rear..."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pavia View Post
    Oh, they know. They'll see it in your eyes.

    They'll always be wondering, "Did he lube that front bar as much as me?" or "I bet he's back there torquing that sway bar in the rear..."

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    yeah it looks like I'm gonna go with the 25mm cobb front and rear set from
    rallysportdirect

    are they a reputable website?
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    cheaper here:

    STi & WRX Performance Parts: Sway Bars & Accessories

    AND they are a supporting vendor on the site - that's called a win:win
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubaruWRC View Post
    yeah it looks like I'm gonna go with the 25mm cobb front and rear set from
    rallysportdirect

    are they a reputable website?
    Reputable, yes.
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