Check out Performance Dodge on the forums... They have a Labor Day special:Poonkla said:The sways are expensive
Like double the cost of what's on the market.
Trunk dressup has an MSRP of just under $70.
Pedal kit consists of Complete gas pedal assembly (pedal, spring, pivot pin, pedal arm, mounting bracket, arm pivot pin), Clutch Pedal Assembly (Clutch pedal arm, switch stop bracket, and pedal pad), and a brake pedal pad as pictured.edge007 said:is the pedal kit just the actual pedals themselves, or the complete assy including the brackets?
If the price you want us to match is verifiable, item in stock at both locations, within reasonable markups, and manufactured by the same company, then yes, we do. We do regret that, there may come a time when we cannot match another vendors price, due to blow-out sales, availability issues, shipping limitations, or other reasons. We will not beat around the bush though, if we cannot match it, we will be straight forward in letting you know that.ToFu said:you guys price match?
What you see in the photo is everything that is in the box. As far as the tein springs, I cannot see why that would matter, but I am not sure. Why would the springs make a difference, they do not connect to them, hmmm, I will ponder this thought more!04srt4silver said:what are the specs on the sway bars and do they come with endlinks and will they fit tein springs
TommyLee, Your contact may be more accurate than the information I found. My information was from a pre-release message from May that I dug up. It very well could have changed since it's initial scheduled release information.TommyLee said:Ted, the triple adjustable rear stabilizer is 19mm, as you mentioned, however, as you adjust it gives the same affect as a 24mm bar in the rear. I got this information from KW Suspensions Mopar contact. He also told me 26mm in the front, but I could have written it down wrong, so I will give you that one.