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Old 12-18-2007, 02:10 PM   #1
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SAS VS GS Rear 22mm Sway Bar

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Got the 22mm GS bar LOVE IT!
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Old 12-18-2007, 02:42 PM   #3
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Thanks for the input. I know that everyone loves their 22MM sway bars. But has any one compared quality, durability finish, etc. does the $15+shipping difference go a long way? so far I heard one Is painted or powder coated and the another is cadmium plated. how good are the welds, what steel is being used and the shaping process. these are my concerns.
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Old 12-18-2007, 03:10 PM   #5
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I bought the 25mm bar for my NG. Haven't put it on yet...
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I have the 22mm from GS sitting under my bed and im excited as hell.

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Do you plan on lowering your car? Is this a street car? If yes to 1 or both of those go w/ the 22mm. The ride is a touch to hard w/ the 25mm especailly when lowered. For Topher who will be racing his car it will be a great choice! It's all about application. I do not know much about the size of the SAS bar. What size is it? Is it hollow?
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Here... this thing is definitely solid all the way through.





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Is SAS unit is hollow and bar or solid? That is a factor as well as actual size.
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SAS bar is 22mm. I don't think its Hollow. I personally never seen a Hollow sway bar. But someone mentioned before that SAS bar is the real deal quality wise compared to others on the market. So all I am trying to do here is see if some had experience with both products and can tell a difference or recommend one over the other based on quality.
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SAS bar is 22mm. I don't think its Hollow. I personally never seen a Hollow sway bar. But someone mentioned before that SAS bar is the real deal quality wise compared to others on the market. So all I am trying to do here is see if some had experience with both products and can tell a difference or recommend one over the other based on quality.
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i have the Genuine Saab 22mm rsb and i love it, you def notice the difference the first time you drive the car.. i felt like it was good quality also, def worth the what $90 dollars it is
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Hollow=stiffer see also sometimes better.

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Hollow=stiffer see also sometimes better.

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Wow... they sure know what they're talking about. Im pretty damn proud that i could basically follow what they were saying.
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