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I have the atlas skidplate on my tdi, will the neuspeed front sway bar also fit?

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Above. The "lower tie bars" are the one that don't fit. I ran an old school Evolution Imports skid plate and a Neuspeed front sway for years. The front sway bar fits in the stock location everywhere but the axle "hoops" which extend higher to accommodate a more extreme axle angle in lowered cars.
 

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Above. The "lower tie bars" are the one that don't fit. I ran an old school Evolution Imports skid plate and a Neuspeed front sway for years. The front sway bar fits in the stock location everywhere but the axle "hoops" which extend higher to accommodate a more extreme axle angle in lowered cars.
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Make sure you put in a beefy rear sway too. I put the front sway in first and got a pile of unwanted understeer. They're made to work as a set.

If you just want axle clearance just cut the OEM one out and forget about it. An aluminum skid plate stiffens up the front end enough that I can't even tell I'm running without one.
 

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Make sure you put in a beefy rear sway too. I put the front sway in first and got a pile of unwanted understeer. They're made to work as a set.

If you just want axle clearance just cut the OEM one out and forget about it. An aluminum skid plate stiffens up the front end enough that I can't even tell I'm running without one.
The "plan" is to do both 25mm but i wanted to do the front first. I didnt even think that the skid plate would also help out. good info thx
 
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