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Old 01-28-2019, 08:43 PM
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I know this might be a bit of a long shot, but as the title says I am looking for the 30mm M030 front anti roll bar. I already have the rear but the front one seems a lot harder to find. I am in located in Europe so shipping it here will also be required..

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I know this might be a bit of a long shot, but as the title says I am looking for the 30mm M030 front anti roll bar. I already have the rear but the front one seems a lot harder to find. I am in located in Europe so shipping it here will also be required..

Thanks - Alex
There's one in the 944 section - https://rennlist.com/forums/924-931-...-951-m030.html

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Old 01-29-2019, 03:09 AM
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Yes that is the regular 968 bar. Not the M030 968 sway bar.
There is alway these:

https://www.lindseyracing.com/LR/Parts/944SWAYMO30.html

or these

https://www.paragon-products.com/Fro...0frontsway.htm

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Originally Posted by Motosport View Post
I know this might be a bit of a long shot, but as the title says I am looking for the 30mm M030 front anti roll bar. I already have the rear but the front one seems a lot harder to find. I am in located in Europe so shipping it here will also be required..

Thanks - Alex
Also here in the UK - https://www.design911.co.uk/fu/prod7...ars-with-M030/

The standard 968 front ARB is 26.8mm and the M030 for 968 is 30mm - 944 343 706 30 However, I believe too that the 26.8mm 944 343 706 05 ARB is also known as M030 but for the 944 Turbo.
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Thanks for the replies.. The Lindsey racing one seems like a good deal, but with shipping and import duties it might end up being as expensive as the one from design911.co.uk. But if I can't find a second hand one, I might have to bite the bullet and buy a new ARB.

I am also aware that H&R makes a replacement M030 anti roll bar, but its only 28mm, not hollow and a bit heavier, so I would really prefer to have a 30mm one. I will excercise some patience a bit longer and see if somehow a used one will show up..

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I will excercise some patience a bit longer and see if somehow a used one will show up..
Keep an eye on the 944 forum and ebay 944 too..

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I have one for sale, but I would imagine shipping it to Europe would be crazy expensive. Anybody have any experience with this? It's very light (the Weltmeister adjustable bar I replaced it with is a pig by comparison), and I also have the triangulating support brackets, but it's of course pretty bulky.
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Originally Posted by Cloud9...68 View Post
I have one for sale, but I would imagine shipping it to Europe would be crazy expensive. Anybody have any experience with this? It's very light (the Weltmeister adjustable bar I replaced it with is a pig by comparison), and I also have the triangulating support brackets, but it's of course pretty bulky.

Assuming you are not in a hurry, contact a freight forwarder. Ocean transportation is cheap. You will need to pack it extra well though.....
Air cargo is $$$.

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Originally Posted by Cloud9...68 View Post
I have one for sale, but I would imagine shipping it to Europe would be crazy expensive. Anybody have any experience with this? It's very light (the Weltmeister adjustable bar I replaced it with is a pig by comparison), and I also have the triangulating support brackets, but it's of course pretty bulky.
Many couriers charge by weight rather than size, so it might not be to bad.. If you can send me a pm with your asking price including shipping costs it will be much appreciated..

PM sent..

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I have now been offered an M030 sway bar, but the next issue is shipping.. Can someone here recommend some shipping options for a 7kg (15 lbs) package measuring 130x35x8 cm from Austin TX to Denmark that is reasonable cost wise.? It doesn't have to be priority or anything quick or fancy..

Any recommendations will be much appreciated..

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Originally Posted by Motosport View Post
I have now been offered an M030 sway bar, but the next issue is shipping.. Can someone here recommend some shipping options for a 7kg (15 lbs) package measuring 130x35x8 cm from Austin TX to Denmark that is reasonable cost wise.? It doesn't have to be priority or anything quick or fancy..

Any recommendations will be much appreciated..

Best regards - Alex
Alex,

Pick the one that is most familiar with Denmark import laws. Do a search for freight forwarders to Denmark. UPS or Fedex can get the package from TX to anywhere in the US. From there you need to find the right option, Denmark will be the biggest hurdle.

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Can someone here recommend some shipping options for a 7kg (15 lbs) package measuring 130x35x8 cm from Austin TX to Denmark that is reasonable cost wise.? It doesn't have to be priority or anything quick or fancy..
Also, consider likely EU customs and VAT duties on to this. I've just been hammered for VAT for 964 parts sent even as a gift. Have to pay up this plus customs duty and then a clearance fee before they will release the goods..
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I am well familiar with the Danish import regulations and the costs implied, which is what it is. So no need for any shipping company who are especially versed in this, as long as they are able to ship parcels to Europe.. :-)

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Originally Posted by Motosport View Post
I am well familiar with the Danish import regulations and the costs implied, which is what it is. So no need for any shipping company who are especially versed in this, as long as they are able to ship parcels to Europe.. :-)

Thanks - Alex

Alex, Do a Google search!
here is what I found with dozens of other options.

https://www.parcelmonkey.com/destina...europe/denmark

Don't be lazy,

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