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clubsport_replica

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hey guys quick question

on my vq caprice i noticed today while fitting the inner wheel are gaurd that it had all new nolathane bushes aswell as a larger aftermarket swaybar.

but i think it is fitted incorrectly, are the ment to bolt to the lower control arm or to the strut tower???

i will post up a pic of what i mean if its not clear..


cheers

Bill
 

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After market sway bars sometimes bolt to the control arm. I'm pretty sure the VQ mounted to the control arm anyway, only the later models mounted onto the strut.
 

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oh ok just that it has the mounting section on the strut asewll so wasnt sure where it should go..

thanks
 

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Factory they went on the strut, there is a small conversion (slightly shorter link pins) for it to attach to the lower arm, So you have found your 3rd unpaid for mod stoked
 

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yeh gotta start winning sometime hey...

so what is the point of this conversion stiffer cornering etc??
 
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