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Old 10-07-2007, 01:41 PM   #1
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FS: Boxster Swaybars M030 front/rear setup

For sale: I have a set of 2004 M030 combination swaybars for the Boxster for sale. They have about 5k Miles on them, and are in Excellent condition, and bushings are in excellent condition as well.

The front are the standard Sport M030 with 23.6mm diameter and 3.5mm thickness, "S" spec.

The rear swaybar is the upgraded 2003/2004 "S", which are Sport M030 "S" spec, with 19mm diameter and 2.7mm thickness.

*For comparison's sake, the 02' "S" spec rear are 18.5mm and 2.5mm, respectively. The base 2.5/2.7 front are 23.1mm and 3.4mm, respectively.

PM me with an offer if you're interested. They're packaged up and ready to be shipped out to you.

Thanks,
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P.S. I have a set of '03/04 "S" springs as well. PM me if interested.

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Some stuff for sale: M030 S 24mm front sway bar, M030 base 19.6mm rear sway bar, 996 GT3 OEM Porsche Motorsport front strut mounts monoball "camber plates"

WTB: looking for some 5-7mm spacers with extended bolts
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Old 11-14-2007, 07:13 PM   #2
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These are still available!
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Some stuff for sale: M030 S 24mm front sway bar, M030 base 19.6mm rear sway bar, 996 GT3 OEM Porsche Motorsport front strut mounts monoball "camber plates"

WTB: looking for some 5-7mm spacers with extended bolts
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Old 12-12-2007, 03:52 PM   #3
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Bump! Asking $160/obo total for both swaybars!
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Some stuff for sale: M030 S 24mm front sway bar, M030 base 19.6mm rear sway bar, 996 GT3 OEM Porsche Motorsport front strut mounts monoball "camber plates"

WTB: looking for some 5-7mm spacers with extended bolts
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Old 12-12-2007, 05:46 PM   #4
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Bump! Asking $160/obo total for both swaybars!

I wish you were selling these awhile back. I installed the same bars on my '02 and the difference in flat cornering is dramatic. Weight does not hardly shift at all and I highly recommend this mod for those of you who enjoy fast, flat cornering. Your price is practically a giveaway.


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Old 12-12-2007, 06:31 PM   #5
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How come you removed them? Where in CA are you? Do you have part #s?
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Old 12-13-2007, 05:31 AM   #6
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Very interested. Check you PMs.
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Old 12-13-2007, 05:56 AM   #7
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For sale: I have a set of 2004 M030 combination swaybars for the Boxster for sale. They have about 5k Miles on them, and are in Excellent condition, and bushings are in excellent condition as well.

The front are the standard Sport M030 with 23.6mm diameter and 3.5mm thickness, "S" spec.


The Boxster S M030 front sway bar is 24mm in diameter and 3.8mm thick. The specs you listed are the standard (non-M030) front "S" sway bar which is the same as the non-S M030 part.

Which one do you have?
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Old 12-13-2007, 12:32 PM   #8
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Hey guys, thanks for all the PMs and interest. The swaybars are SOLD.
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Some stuff for sale: M030 S 24mm front sway bar, M030 base 19.6mm rear sway bar, 996 GT3 OEM Porsche Motorsport front strut mounts monoball "camber plates"

WTB: looking for some 5-7mm spacers with extended bolts
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Old 12-14-2007, 01:10 PM   #9
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So which ones were they?
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Old 01-24-2008, 07:47 AM   #10
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For sale: I have a set of 2004 M030 combination swaybars for the Boxster for sale. They have about 5k Miles on them, and are in Excellent condition, and bushings are in excellent condition as well.

The front are the standard Sport M030 with 23.6mm diameter and 3.5mm thickness, "S" spec.

The rear swaybar is the upgraded 2003/2004 "S", which are Sport M030 "S" spec, with 19mm diameter and 2.7mm thickness.

*For comparison's sake, the 02' "S" spec rear are 18.5mm and 2.5mm, respectively. The base 2.5/2.7 front are 23.1mm and 3.4mm, respectively.
I was going to order new bushings before installing - but referencing Pelican Parts inventory, I am not clear on which ones to get for the rear bars.
Help please.
Or if getting new bushings is completely unneccessary let me know.
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Old 01-24-2008, 10:42 AM   #11
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I was going to order new bushings before installing - but referencing Pelican Parts inventory, I am not clear on which ones to get for the rear bars.
Help please.
Or if getting new bushings is completely unneccessary let me know.

Hey there, to be honest, I think the bushings that were on there were in really good shape and that you wouldn't need to replace them with new ones. But, if you really wanted to, the bushings you would get is part number 996-333-792-28 (996-333-792-28-OEM on the pelican site).
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Some stuff for sale: M030 S 24mm front sway bar, M030 base 19.6mm rear sway bar, 996 GT3 OEM Porsche Motorsport front strut mounts monoball "camber plates"

WTB: looking for some 5-7mm spacers with extended bolts
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Old 01-24-2008, 12:42 PM   #12
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Thank you sooo much
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Thank you sooo much
You're very welcome
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WTB: looking for some 5-7mm spacers with extended bolts
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