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Milano Verde front anti roll bar 24mm

This 24 mm Verde anti roll bar is a nice upgrade for a stock 20 mm GTV6 or 22 mm Milano 2.5L. It includes poly bushings for the chassis attachments. Does not include end links - use the ones off your existing bar. $70 + shipping, USA only.
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I'll take it, Ed. Figure shipping and get back to me.

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OK it's yours
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The pictured bar doesnt look like Milano to me...might wanna check it.

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Hi Rob,
How would I check it? It is a 24 mm bar. I no longer have a GTV6 to compare it with, How is the GTV6 bar shape different from a 105 bar?
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Rob is correct, that is a Spider bar and not a Milano bar. Thanks for spotting my error.
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No problem, Ed. Thanks Rob.

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Hi Rob,
How would I check it? It is a 24 mm bar. I no longer have a GTV6 to compare it with, How is the GTV6 bar shape different from a 105 bar?
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Legs are shorter on Milano bar and end links are not mounted at angle. But pretty similar if you didnt have to look at them regularly! Reply here for posterity.

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Legs are also curved on the Milano and straight on a Spider. See, I learned !
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How about a 27mm front bar from a Milano?
With poly bushings at the body mounts and end links included?

I have one in Arizona.

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You are more likely to sell it if you start a new thread.

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You are more likely to sell it if you start a new thread.
Yeah, I know. I'll do that after I sort through more stuff, take photos, move Alfa parts to the Jeep parts shed, list my 100+ carbs on ebay etc etc.

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