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FS: Custom ADDCO rear sway bar shoulder bolts ROUND 2

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Dear Members,

I got many requests for the custom addco bolts so I put money into this project again.

Thanks for looking,


First Group Buy:

Alperovich's review:

The Addco rear sway bar has wider end link than the oem.
OEM bolts are short for the rear Addco sway bar.
Bolts are direct replacement of oem ones and I have 25 sets for sale.

If you have any questions feel free to ask via pm, email or in this topic.


-machined off from M16 grade 10.9 bolts.
-radiused neck to prevent breakage
-no threads where the Addco bar sits
-bolts are zinc plated after machine work
-M10 washer
-M10x1.25 nylon insert self locking nuts

One set is:

2 custom bolts
2 washers
2 nuts


1 set shipped to USA: 41USD

If you need more than one set shipping will be slightly higher depending on quantity.


Only way of payment is paypal.
Payment address: [email protected]


Shipping method is registered priority airmail 5-10 workdays delivery.
Tracking number is available but no online tracking on only delivery confirmation.
I think you can get info via phone.
I will send to the buyer paypal email address a photo about the package and a scanned copy of the shipping label.
I'll ship out the bolts in 1-2 workdays after recieved payment.

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Is it hard to install the front ones? What do you mean by neutral handling?
Telion posted up a DIY for the front ones check it out!
Swaybars eliminates oversteering.

Do you still have these available?

Yes, ready to ship. Payment instructions on first page. Thanks!
Do you still have these on you since 09 I'm new with the legend bought mine back in 2010 would like a set
Currently out of stock, limited quantity will be ready in the following weeks depending on the machine shop.
I have no idea about the new hardware for the swaybar. Do you have a link or pic what is it all about?
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