Speedwell anti roll bar etc

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360gts
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Found a spare set of brackets I had left from my track days.
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PMd all of you! Thanks
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Hi,
I did have a compete dry one once and the bar was straight.
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ferret wrote: Thu Nov 19, 2020 6:27 pm Hi,
I did have a compete dry one once and the bar was straight.
From memory...I think you are right about the dry version being straight across......however.....the 'dip' in the middle was more for cars that had a silencer etc...provided clearance. I don't think the double bend in the middle provides any additional torsion strength. Perhaps Speedwell made different versions!....just a thought.
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Does anyone out there have a picture of the bolts/studs that hold the bar to the brackets on the dry setup?
Have drawn a blank on the net.
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I have some pictures (I think they are from this forum a couple years ago) from a dry bar with the bolts:
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That was a BARGAIN eBay purchase that I missed out on by a matter of seconds to another forum member :x :lol:
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Exactly what I’m after!
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:P From the slides from Almond Green :arrow:
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Or just on page 1 of the topic ;)
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