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#5: 10-07-2013, 05:10 AM
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Linked above. . . looks like 25/22mm

What makes these bars unique is their hollow (tubular) construction which results in a much lighter and technically superior design compared to the lesser solid bar design. This is the very reason why you'll find tubular swaybars used on high-end performance vehicles and race cars. The tubular design is more expensive and more difficult to manufacturer but that should not be any excuse for not offering the best solution possible. From even a purely aesthetic point of view, the style of the thick, aggressive swaybar easily visible from behind the car screams that you're serious about performance. Adjustment may be made in order to increase/decrease the rear swaybars effective stiffness. Compared to the stock swaybar, the Hotchkis adjustable rear swaybar is 195% stiffer in the “soft” setting and 215% stiffer on the “hard” setting. Exactly replaces factory swaybar and includes new mounting bushings.

Notes: only sells these as a complete set, as it is recommended the swaybars be used as a matched set, Front and Rear, for optimal handling performance.
-AVO Rear Reinforcement Brackets are not included. They are shown to reference the color match only.

Front Sway Bar Includes:
25mm Front Sway Bar
Front 1” Inner Diameter Sway Bar Bushings (2)
Bushing Brackets / Collars (2)
Tube of Grease Rear Sway Bar Includes:
22mm Adjustable Rear Sway Bar
Rear 7/8” Inner Diameter Sway Bar Bushings
Tube of Grease