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Ah, I see. I have the complete stock GT front and rear swaybar assy's in my garage removed when I installed the Hotchkis setup. I need to post again on craigslist, see if a V6 owner needs them. I posted a while back with a huge "05-09 mustang V6 owners - swaybars" header but no bites...
__________________ 2007 Alloy GT Coupe - MGW shifter/C&L Racer CAI/JBA LT headers/SLP Powerflo/Steeda HD motor mounts/Coast 17# driveshaft/Richmond 3.89s/Steeda Ultralite 18x9.5/275 40 Nitto NT05/Autometer DPSS Lvl 2 shiftlight, gauges. Steeda Sport Springs/FRPP STB/GT500 front CAs with X5 balljoints/Steeda bumpsteer kit/Steeda Watts Link/Koni Sports/Steeda HD strut plates/BMR relocation brackets/Hotchkis swaybars/Steeda CA bushing kit/Steeda rear coilover adjusters.
I'm in austin. Why wouldn't the GT500 bars be safe??? You have an S197, the GT500 bars are going to be a huge improvement. Just because someone doesn't like the "feel" of a larger front/rear bar doesn't mean it's not "safe".
I run hotchkis which are massive 1.5'' front/1'' rear and my car handles great. A little more about how swaybars work. Are you auto-x'ing the car? Do you have aftermarket springs? It sounds like you just want a rear bar....
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