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  1. JimHoyland
    04-10-2009 03:07 PM - permalink
    JimHoyland
    Sorry, I don't. You should try the G & R Swapmeet April 26th in Riverside. It's posted on the World board.
    1.8 Heads are hard to find
  2. rymann
    03-23-2009 04:36 PM - permalink
    rymann
    hey dave thanks for the tip and i will for sure check it out thanks again Rob
  3. Dave at Pelican Parts
    03-23-2009 06:30 AM - permalink
    Dave at Pelican Parts
    Sway bars were an option on the 914, not all of them came with them. The good news is that the front is pretty easy to install. Look in the Tech Articles section of this website for the one about installing the 914 front sway bar. You do have to drill some holes, and on a 74 you will need to cut or grind some reinforcing sheet metal, but it's not difficult.

    --DD

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