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RE: Anti sway bar mounting..

To: "Lester Ewing" <lewing@sport.rr.com>, "Spridgets List" <spridgets@autox.team.net>
Subject: RE: Anti sway bar mounting..
Date: Sun, 12 Feb 2006 15:57:03 -0500
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those are OEM for a factory reinforced controll arm wich come predrilled
for the mounting.  i have 2 controll arms here wich i can make a template
from and mail of to you before you guess and swiss cheese an early style
controll arm.    the early optional front sway bar used a difrent link
mount arrangement affair.

BTW?   i'd like 3 hood badges for the 93.  tell me how much i owe ya and
i'll mail it all together, okie-dokie?  ;)

> [Original Message]
> From: Lester Ewing <lewing@sport.rr.com>
> To: Spridgets List <spridgets@autox.team.net>
> Date: 02/12/2006 3:02:46 PM
> Subject: Anti sway bar mounting..
> Ok, so I'm about ready to drill some holes in the A arms when I  
> thinks to myself, why not check Horler's book just to make sure.. of  
> course, Horler's book shows an entirely different type of mounting  
> bracket  (Incidental pics on page 31 and 37).  Mine was donated by  
> Chuck (IIRC) and has an oblong sot of shape.  The ones in the book  
> are just straps of metal with a hole in each end and the spherical  
> joint in the middle.  The ones that Chuck sent are NOT symmetrical  
> and have the spherical joint at one end and three bolts holding it in  
> place..
> Any help before i commit non-original sin??

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