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Old 03-16-2005, 01:45   #1 (permalink)
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Unsure; I havent been able to find rear stabilizer bars for my landau and they are usually to expensive when you do! So i do have sedan ones ,im wondering if i could get them cut to suit and who would be the best people to do the job?
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Unsure; I havent been able to find rear stabilizer bars for my landau and they are usually to expensive when you do! So i do have sedan ones ,im wondering if i could get them cut to suit and who would be the best people to do the job?
Sedan & Landau sway bars should be the same.
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Hi i thought so to but the landau ones are shorter ,xa gt coupe ones are bent different, xb gt coupe ones are also different !!
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you cannot cut them the steel is tempered once they are made so any heat put to them will make like having a coat hanger for a swaybar CHEERS GREG
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Are they the same as the fairlane ones?
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