Is there anyone who has and would be willing to take measurements from a Kerscher IRS rear sway bar bracket (the bracket that holds the sway bar to the torsion bar housing)? I am going to have a go at installing a 15mm 944 rear sway bar to my Super Beetle. I actually have everything needed (I pieced everything together very cheaply...I am probably $50 into this install at most.), but I'm not real happy with the brackets I made and would like to redesign them.
Thanks in advance
johnL (aka H2OSB)
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I used 944 chassis brackets bought from the dealer, welded to the torsion tube using a U-bolt cap. You could do something similar and leave it "bolt-on". I welded the u-bolt cap to the torsion tube then removed the bolt.