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Old 11-06-2013, 09:50 PM   #1
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Front Sway Bar Question

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I just had the luck of picking up a bunch of suspension parts off of a wrecked Foose Stallion convertible. My question is that the front sway bar is part 7r335482ba which comes up as a GT500KR bar. Anyone running a GT500 front sway bar and if so is there any reason why I should not use it (please don't post this part is better than that, because I just want to know if anyone had any issues with the part - thanks). The Foose car was a 2007 vert with less than 6k on the odometer.

I am beat from reading through posts on the Internet (my head hurts), so thanks for any help you can give me.
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Hey All, I just had the luck of picking up a bunch of suspension parts off of a wrecked Foose Stallion convertible. My question is that the front sway bar is part 7r335482ba which comes up as a GT500KR bar. Anyone running a GT500 front sway bar and if so is there any reason why I should not use it (please don't post this part is better than that, because I just want to know if anyone had any issues with the part - thanks). The Foose car was a 2007 vert with less than 6k on the odometer. I am beat from reading through posts on the Internet (my head hurts), so thanks for any help you can give me.
I think the biggest concern is matching the rear sway bar. If they are not properly matched it can cause under steer or oversteer. But I would think it would be worth getting GT500 front sway bar. It's gotta better than stock.
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Old 11-06-2013, 10:16 PM   #3
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Thanks for the quick response. I also have the FRPP rear sway that came off of the same car. I know FRPP did the suspension on the Stallion, but I was shocked to see the GT500KR front sway bar. Also sorry for stealing your avatar pic idea
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Thanks for the quick response. I also have the FRPP rear sway that came off of the same car. I know FRPP did the suspension on the Stallion, but I was shocked to see the GT500KR front sway bar. Also sorry for stealing your avatar pic idea
No problem the more CS mustangs the better. I think those would be great together.
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I hope that stallion was blown up or flooded and not "impact" wrecked or you may have to straighten parts taken off it. I would be a bit leery.

That being said, I would jump on any of those parts that are good.
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