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Vehicle Information: Model: 911T Targa; Year: 1973; Body Type: Targa; Engine (type, size, modifications): 2.7 RS Spec; Total Mileage: 218000;

Hi Ed, If you recall I am the one from the Cleveland area that asked about the seam welding and the aluminum trailing arms. Well the car is being striped and painted with some oem rs flares being welded in. No seam welding. I did get a pair of aluminum trailing arms as well as a front crossmember. I also have new strut assemblies with bolt spacing for the a-calipers and a set of 7 and 8 by 16 fuchs wheels. I understand that fitting the 7's up front may require a stiffer suspension so I am thinking of upgrading the torsion bars to 21mm front and 26mm rear. Finally the question. Does 21/26 sound good for a street car and will my heavy duty bilsteins be the right match for these bars? Thanks in advance Ed, Greg

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