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MY 03+ Swaybar dimensions

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Some of the information is published. If it is very important I can ask the guys at the shop to measure. I have nothing published on the inside diameter. All outside dimensions are for a 2003 manual transmission.

Standard suspension.

Front is 23.1mm on both the 2.7 and 3.2.

Rear is either 18.7 or 18.5mm on the 2.7 - Porsche has 2 different figures.

19.2mm on the 3.2.

M030 US sport suspension.

Front - there are no figures for the 2.7 or 3.2 but it looks like the part numbers

have not changed since 2000.

Rear is 19.8 on both the 2.7 and 3.2.


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I asked the shop foreman I know today (he is a Boxster owner, PCA tech advsisor, and helps us) and he said a long time ago he wrote down some numbers but did not have them handy. He said you would have to cut the bar open to get the inside diameter numbers. Where do your numbers come from? Jeff

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