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Fs: early through the body sway bar linkage RSR

This came off one of my repurposed cars, a solid pair of vintage aftermarket through the body RSR adjustable sway bar links for use on various sized sway bars and drop links or add adjustability to your stock sway bar and drop links. Works good for stiffening up a stock front end without having to buy an entire kit.
$175 plus shipping.

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Pm's responded to. Will fit stock and after market through the body sway bar.
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I have these on a 67 and 69 with 15mm sway bars. They work very well.
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They're awesome. Easiest and quickest way to stiffen up a stock front end.
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Just to be most accurate, those arms appear to be manufactured by H&H Specialties (NLA).

The following parts are reportedly accurate reproductions of factory RSR front/rear sway bar arms:



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Thanks Sherwood. Much appreciated.
They're still available.
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Sunny,
My objective wasn't to disparage those items you have for sale. I've had a H&H front sway bar kit on my car since the 70's, and they're fine. The replica RSR sway bars do the same thing. However, some owners may want vintage looking race parts for bragging rights and/or want to spend more $$ for a perceived "race car" component. YMMV.

For those interested, do a search on RSR sway bar arms and look at the real parts. I have no doubt those pictured above obtain the same objectives, but there are subtle differences between them and the real parts (that I saw). Caveat: Who knows if the factory or factory race teams only produced one version of RSR sway bar arms.

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Sherwood. It's all good man. I'm not trying to mislead anyone. And knowledgeable input like yours is valuable and appreciated.

There you have it guys. NLA linkages for sale.

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A pair of these came on my Euro '76 912E barn find.
Plenty of room to 'add lightness' if you are so inclined..
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Nice mod.
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Definitely H&H parts, made by Leigh Houseman in Chelmsford, MA. Had those on my previous 911 for probably 10 years, well made parts.
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I like that weight saving mod. If it doesn't sell I just might do the same, have it plated and throw it back on my '72ST "tribute".
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...might as well do the other end, as long as you're at it...

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Holy moly. That's sweeet.
I halted with "drilling" weight saving into my ST after going with fiberglass skinned doors to offset the weight of power window motors. Roflmao
I just might consider doing that upper end mod regardless, if I don't sell my alignment rack before winter 2018/2019.
Thanks for the sweet pic.
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