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Thread: Rear sway bar options for 1st generation CX-5

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    Quote Originally Posted by CorkSport View Post
    Anyone have a stock 1st gen Cx5 AWD swaybar that they can take a picture of? Specifically the ends of the bar after the 90 degree bend.

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    Chris,

    Thanks for the picture, can you measure front to back?

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    ~7.5" to outer radius:



    ~7" to inside radius
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    The measurements look correct for what we have here for our Mazda 3 bar. The only other thing I could think of that would be different is the end link hole, I thought the AWD Cx5 used an M12 and the 2wd used an M10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CorkSport View Post
    The measurements look correct for what we have here for our Mazda 3 bar. The only other thing I could think of that would be different is the end link hole, I thought the AWD Cx5 used an M12 and the 2wd used an M10.

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    Don't think so. For example Autoexe endlinks (which I have) are the exact same p/n for the 3 and cx5 AWD/WWD. P/N "MKE7655". The stud is snug in the hole.

    cx5 https://www.autoexe.co.jp/english/car/ke.html
    mz3 (BM) https://www.autoexe.co.jp/english/car/bm.html
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    Probably good to go then on fitment. Worst case if you have a 4wd CX5 and the end links are M12 you just drill out the end of the bar to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CorkSport View Post
    Probably good to go then on fitment. Worst case if you have a 4wd CX5 and the end links are M12 you just drill out the end of the bar to work.

    -Derrick
    By bar you mean the anti sway bar? Are you sure that the sway bar can be drilled? I know it's made of spring steel...

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