Wes is right, the bars are identical. there is no difference in the part no's. Also, you may want to invest in a rear bar for better handling. I have the adjustable rear progress bar and it was like night and day for my car...which came with a front sway bar...i think you got duped out of a front bar, or you just didn't notice it there. All of them have front bars----the rear bar is only on the older 1991-1994 sentra's
I just did Ksport full coilovers and front and rear STRUT bars and I have NO body roll what so ever. But Your also looking at like $1000 for the whole setup maybe more. But I do want to do upgraded sway bars.
where do they sell the rear bars for the 99 gxe i have a front stillen strut bar looking for the rear
This thread is about sway bars. Are you looking for a rear sway bar or a rear strut bar? Honestly if you guys are lookign for something that makes a big difference in handling then buy a rear sway bar.
I noticed this too, I have a 97 sentra and I bought a 95 200sx as a donor car. I have new stabilizer bar links but when I went to install them I noticed the sentra doesn't have a front stabilizer bar yet the 95 200sx does. Both cars are B14 chassis both cars have the GA16 engine. Is it safe to install the entire front stabilizer bar from the 200 on the sentra or is that going to screw up spring rates and throw everything off?
As we said above yes its fine, you will decrease roll, but may pick up additional under-steer.
Does the GXE and 200Sx have same rear bar ? If not change it over as well, I am assuming it will be thinker.
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