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Roll bar bracket # and torque spec

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The halfmoon shaped bracket on the passenger rear rollbar has departed my 02 Boxster S w/M030. This is the inboard rollbar attachment point that looks like the bottom part of a connecting rod. The bolts and bracket are gone. The split rubber bushing is still floating around the bar.

In case my dealer can't get this quickly, I'd like to know the part number for the bracket, bolts and torque spec. As the 030 has a 19MM instead of 18.5mm rear bar, I am guessing it has the same bracket with a different bushing.

Also this is a 28 month old car with 35,000 miles. I plan for 3-7 track days a year. S. Should I use this opportunity to think of new (firmer) bushings?

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The sway bar? On an S with 030 it is 19.8mm.

Bushing is 996 333 792 25.

Clamp 996 333 777 01.

Bolt 900 378 055 09.

The clamps and bolts are the same for all years and all suspensions, only the bushing comes in different sizes. If this is not a warranty replacement let me know and I will look up the torque spec.

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