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 Post subject: WTB [TAS]: (TAS = NZ) EF WAGON REAR SWAYBAR
Posted: Thu Jul 31, 2008 8:29 pm 
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I know, I know - Postage to New Zealand sucks - But I have been quoted $380 from the local guys who supply Whiteline, and they cannot even get any for two months.

I could possibly use a EL swaybar - I think the only difference is the EL has a slightly thinner axle or something?
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Posted: Fri Aug 01, 2008 10:23 am 
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For the wagons all the E-series are the same. As far as I know Whiteline are the only ones who make them as they wern't made factory, neither the utes nor the wagons (including Tickford models) got them.

There's Repco stores in NZ isn't there? Get a price from them.

Also, check the Whiteline website, they used to have a store selling direct (prior to there buyout by Nolathane) - not sure if they still do.

 

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Posted: Fri Aug 01, 2008 4:58 pm 
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Ride: DENTED UP OLD AUT WAGON

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I had a look at their catalogue and it shows different
part numbers for EF from EF2, EL. The U bolts are
slightly bigger for EF as axle appears to be a few mm
fatter on the EF. Their U-Bolt kit dimensions are different
as well...

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Check out the U-bolt sizes in right hand column...
It was news to me as well, but there you have it -
Different parts for the EF from the EF2 / EL.
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Posted: Sun Aug 24, 2008 1:37 pm 
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Okay - Have now got a sway bar with Nolathenes all over it. Cost $11NZ by pulling it from a lowered and wrecked "XR6" ED Wagon.

Also have a 2 inch lowering block made - Just waiting for the shop to open to go and buy some 76 x 300mm U-Bolts! Rightiho...

Thanks for your help and input.
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