New Front & Rear swaybar option for Spiders

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kmoses
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Your car is a: 1979 Spider 2000

New Front & Rear swaybar option for Spiders

Postby kmoses » Wed Aug 02, 2017 2:06 pm

I was looking at rear swaybar prices on Ebay, when I saw that Midwest-Bayless has a new front and rear swaybar that is not Addco. The front is 22mm and is said to be like the ones that came on the 85.5 spider. The rear is 16mm and looks simple to mount. I ordered one for the rear and I hope to have it installed in a few weeks. It will be interesting to see how this changes the way my car handles.

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RoyBatty
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Your car is a: 1975 124 Spider - 1971 124 Sport Coupe
Location: Locust Grove, VA

Re: New Front & Rear swaybar option for Spiders

Postby RoyBatty » Sun Nov 05, 2017 8:02 pm

The rear bar attachment sure looks like addcos method.

geospider
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Your car is a: 1979 Spider 2000
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Re: New Front & Rear swaybar option for Spiders

Postby geospider » Sun Nov 05, 2017 10:05 pm

So, how is it with the rear sway bar. there is "some" discussion regarding these.
just did progressive springs and Konis: will be interested in the effects of the sway bar

so far, loving the changes.

Geo

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RoyBatty
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Your car is a: 1975 124 Spider - 1971 124 Sport Coupe
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Re: New Front & Rear swaybar option for Spiders

Postby RoyBatty » Mon Nov 06, 2017 8:45 pm

Installed the addco rear bar to both my 124s.
The helped reduce understeer and made both cars even more fun to toss around on twisty roads.


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