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Default SN95 rear Sway bar Question

Is there a difference between the rear sway bar on a 94-98 SN95 V6 than a SN95 GT (specifically '96 GT)?
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yes, V6 cars have a 21mm dia rear bar, GT has a 23mm bar and Cobra are 25mm....
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yes, V6 cars have a 21mm dia rear bar, GT has a 23mm bar and Cobra are 25mm....
Thats a bummer 'cause my friend found two V6s at a jy and he was gonna send it to me say I cant find one for 94-98 GT would the 99-04 ones work?
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1994 to 2004 Mustangs wth soild axles are all the same, other than the thickness of the bars, it will bolting on........ hell even on my '96GT I ran a 6cyl rear sway bar for many years before switching to an antiroll bar, but mine is drag-race only.....
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1994 to 2004 Mustangs wth soild axles are all the same, other than the thickness of the bars, it will bolting on........ hell even on my '96GT I ran a 6cyl rear sway bar for many years before switching to an antiroll bar, but mine is drag-race only.....
Hey Randy!

Are the sway bars on the 2003 GT Verts the same size as the regular GT?
Also do you know of a source that has the stock spring rates for the 2003 GT vert?
I understand they are different than the coupes.

TIA!

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yes, GT coupes and converts have the same size rea bar and as far as spring rates go, I think there is a write-up on Home Page
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yes, GT coupes and converts have the same size rea bar and as far as spring rates go, I think there is a write-up on Home Page
Thanks Randy!
As always, you are a harbinger of good information!
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