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HHP is Making Sway bars Again! Front and Rear Adjustable Bars by R Runner
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Ver nice job Rrunner!!


Thank you.
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bump!

I take it you're planning to continue making these for the time being? I'm shortly going to put the FS rear bar I have on my car, and I just put Rodney's zero lash links on the front with the standard bar and poly mounts.

Any idea how much you'd expect shipping to the UK to be for a pair of bars? Will be saving my £s I think!
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Typical shipping costs overseas is about $250 USD. Not very good I know. That is shipment by USPS. Other ideas are welcome.
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Originally posted by R Runner:

Thank you Dean for the support!

I received your email and I am working on filling your order as quickly as possible.

Also..... I am working on more improvements. Currently I am testing some Rodney Dickman endlinks. If it works out, I will be offering them as standard equipment with my sway bar kits. I will also be looking into retrofit kits for previous customers.

Again.... this is what I am working on, but I don't want anyone getting too excited yet.


Any news on the endlinks?

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I have not figured out the best setup yet for Rodney's endlinks. I ran them on my car for about 1 year with the stiffest sway bars I had. No problem with failures but I was not totaly satisfied with the way my rod end bearings worked with the combination. Rodney's endlinks are fine. As usual he did a really good job with the development of the product. As for combining his product and mine... More work is needed.
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I bought R Runners 1st 88 prototype bar set. I have to say the engineering is spot on and the quality is excellent.
It's a bolt on affair and installation of the new bars is much easier then getting the old bars out of the car.


I've installed them on my race front end and can't wait to get to the track to try them out again.

Great product Paul.

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Paul,

Looks like a great product.

I just bought an 88 from another forum member to use - primarily - for autocross. It currently has KYB coilovers in the rear but, I am going through the front end with new springs (1.5" lowering), all poly bushings and Koni (red) shocks, ball joints and tie rod ends. The sway bars appear to be stock. If I am going to get only one of your units - first - which would you recommend?

Thanks. I'm looking forward to getting this thing on the track.

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PM sent about mixed set up.
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Payment sent for the first "performance" mixed set up.
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Payment received and materials have been ordered.
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any update to the product and pricing?
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Bump. I need to mount mine.
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any update to the product and pricing?


Pricing still remains the same even though some materials have gone up.
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Bump. I need to mount mine.


I agree.

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Originally posted by R Runner:


I agree.


Currently, I'm looking for the main bar that attaches both ends.
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I got my bars today, well packed and they look great. Nice Work ! Thnx Rob.
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I got my bars today, well packed and they look great. Nice Work ! Thnx Rob.


Thank you Rob... I'm glad they made it there safe and sound. I hope you enjoy them. Let me know how you like them and how well it is balanced with the earlier front end and the '88 rear.

Thank you again.
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Are these compatible with the held tubular front suspension and coilovers?
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are these still available for order?
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Everyone,

Unfortunately due to material cost increases and other fees imposed, I have had to raise the price of the kits. I held them down as long as I could.

I am making the same post for the other model year kits as well.

I am really glad that you guys are enjoying them. Thank you for the feedback.

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Bump for an awsome product.
Current pricing for 84-87 front. 84-87 rear and 84-87 rear with 88 cradle?
Also, what additional parts and price to use a 84-87 rear bar kit on a 88 cradle upgrade? I ask because the 88 cradle upgrade is a good possiblility in the near future and im trying to decide if i should buy the 84-87 kit now and conver when i get the rear cradle or if i shoulf do the "front bar on the rear" upgrade and wait to buy your bar after the 88 cradle upgrade.
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Update...... I have stopped making these for a while. I currently have too little time to fabricate these. Sorry everyone.
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Hi Paul,

How have you been?

I still have my 87GT.

I'm happy with the set I have. Thank You.

Earl

[This message has been edited by Earl-R (edited 05-13-2016).]

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Are you making these again? looking into getting a set for my car.
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Report this Post05-31-2021 03:33 PM Click Here to See the Profile for FrankedSend a Private Message to FrankedEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Just recently getting into the Fiero thing, I have an 85 swapping an 88 cradle into it.
Are you still here? Do you have any bars to sell any more?
looks like really good stuff. I Would maybe be interested in Performance mixed set.
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