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Old 12-19-2003, 10:16 AM
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I was wondering if anybody here could help me out. I own a Micro RS4, see pics below. Anyways I was wondering if anybody here could make some custom sway bars and have them powdercoated. I would probally want a 100 or so. Powdercoated black and maybe a few other colors.

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Old 12-19-2003, 01:11 PM
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If I had a micro i could fab something up... all you really need is some piano wire and the hardware and some patience. I'm sure someone can hook you up.
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Just check with your LHS for some piano wire, bend it with some pliers, and you have a swaybar.
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doh if you look at the pic, I already have a swaybar done in .032 piano wire. I was wanting to get some better ones that where powdercoated, etc. But thanks for the help.
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doh if you look at the pic, I already have a swaybar done in .032 piano wire. I was wanting to get some better ones that where powdercoated, etc. But thanks for the help.
Oh i didn't realize that was your car... can't you find a shop in your area that does powdercoating?
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hmm I'll check. Thanks.
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