Correct. You want a bar which will fit on the C-shaped style endlinks. I've been running an 18mm solid bar off a WRX for over 17K miles now and still thoroughly enjoy it. The handling feels quite neutral with the 19mm front and 18mm rear, though on certain roads, I wish I had gotten the 20mm . Regardless, any rear swaybar within the 18-20(+) region on foresters will make a noticable increase in handling and reduction of body roll.adamsm said:so i guess the bars that use the newer type of links will not fit.
Ya, I know. I had a 2000 2.5rs that had some suspension modifications done to it. Everything under the car was whiteline....blitzoid said:When you do the install, do NOT put the car up on jackstands. Use ramps. You're supposed to keep the suspension loaded.
Nachas said:Oh well I bought the "04 WRX STI USED OEM REAR SWAY BAR SWAYBAR " from ebay, for only $20, I hope it fits.