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    Front Sway bar solution

    Hey guys I searched but didn't find anything too conclusive. What are you guys doing for a front sway bar once you have the e36 m3 struts/spindles/etc? As we all know the e36 mounts sway bar onto the strut housing, the e30 uses the control arm as a mounting point, has anyone figured out the best way to get a sway working?
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    E30 M3 links?
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      what an odd question... you can connect them at the same place on control arms or order adjustable links for e30m or e36m. Stock links are too tall.
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        I asked because there wasn't much talk on here about sways after this swap and I knew there was mounting differences in the two cars.

        I didn't realize e36 m3 arms have the mounting location on the arm just like stock e30s do until I picked up my e36 m3 front assemblies today. Thanks guys. I will look into adjustable sway links.
        "you name it I've owned it, 1600,2002,e28,e30,e32,e34(m5),e36,e46(m3)"

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