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Old 05-20-2013, 03:46 PM   #15
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V6 struts have 10mm holes for the end link studs, but the ZL1 end links use 12mm studs and the holes must be drilled out larger. The ZL1 front sway bar goes on a V6 without any problems, but the ZL1 rear bar will hit the brakes as they age (the calipers move in towards the car as the pads wear down).

Pedders rear z bar is around $450 alone, vs $150 for the entire front OEM ZL1 sway bar assembly.
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Old 05-20-2013, 08:07 PM   #16
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Yes you need to drill out fe2 and fe3 front strut tabs to take the larger zl1 1le end links, not sure if I still have any pictures of the rear set up but I thought I had posted some in my old thread when I was installing them ill try to find them
*edit nope never took unstalled pictures
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