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Rear SI Sway bar on 2000 Civic dx good?

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Old 06-20-2008, 04:06 AM   #1
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Default Rear SI Sway bar on 2000 Civic dx good?

i have an oem rear sway bar off an em1 and i was wondering if its good to throw it on a 00 civic dx
there have been write ups about putting it on a 00 dx but i was told the 4 holes do not have thread in them like the em1's and because of that, it wouldn't function the same or be safe?
(those are the holes i am talking about)

any thoughts? anyone have an em1 (si) that can verify that those holes DO in fact have thread in them?
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Now I'm not 100%, but those holes wouldn't be threaded. If anything they would have nuts tacked to them, and I know the LCAs don't. I highly doubt the subframe does either. Most likely there are just 12mm nuts behind them.

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