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Can you identify this sway bar?

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I just ripped the rear suspension out of my '02 and found a light blue sway w/red bushings stamped 'quickor'. I've looked at their website but found only parts for american cars. The front is the same way. Sound familiar? sorry no pic.

thanx in advance for any feedback.

-Charley

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Guest Anonymous

goodies. I've never heard of them having an import product line but I'll bet they're pretty high quality.

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Guest Anonymous

They definitely used to sell for imports, but not sure if they still offer anything.

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Quickor and Turn Six were two companies that sold to the import crowd. I believe Suspension Techniques was the new kid on the block at that time.

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Yes they do still do 2002 stuff....they will do pretty much anything you want.....I can tell you that they bend their own bars and they do it cold!!!(Try bending a 1 inch bar cold without the proper tools)....They spent some quality time in an 02 and all kinds of math and weight calculations and determined the best set-up for an 02. I have their springs in a box...

Ryan

68 02 - Portland, OR

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Guest Anonymous

paint's chipping, bushings are cracking. -but I think I'll just clean'em up and replace the bushings w/ST stuff.

Is it better to work metal 'cold'? of heard of cold-turned springs but what's the adv.?

thanks for the input guys.

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