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Stock
2000-2004 ZX3/ZX5/SE Zetec/ZTS + 2005-07 SES & ST + 2008 SES?:
F: 21mm
R: 20mm

2000-2004 SPI + 2005-07 ZX3/ZX4/ZX5 S, SE + 2008 S/SE?:
F: 18mm
R: None

SVT + S2 + Street Edition(Sedan) + 05-06 ZX4 ST:
F: 21mm
R: 21mm

2001 Street Edition(Wagon):
F: 22mm (Need actual measured confirmation.)
R: 21mm (Assumed, need actual measured confirmation.)


Aftermarket
H&R:
F: 24mm (two-position adjustable)
R: 24mm

Eibach:
F: 22mm
R: 25mm

Intrax:
F: 22mm
R: 25mm

Progress:
F: ?
R:22mm

Steeda: (repackage Eibach)
F: 22mm
R: 25mm

Steeda Race:
F: 25mm (not av
R: 28.6mm

Suspension Techniques:
F: ?
R: 21mm R or 22mm (listed as 7/8" which is 22.2mm)

Addco:
F: 22.2mm (7/8")
R: 22.2mm (7/8")

Auto-X-ZTS Adjustible rear bar:
R: "Normal" 24mm, adjustable to 22.5 or 25mm equivalent.

Marcy Motorsport
F: 28.5
R: 31.75
 

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Please post any new info here. This list is about a year old.
 

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Was @ the PRI show and talked to Progress.They said there coming out with a rear 32mm for a Mazda3.And if any one has done their research would know that a Mazda3 and a Focus have "MANY" interchangeable parts.They said they are going to market it to fit both for the Mazda and the Focus.U just have to use Mazda end links for it to work in a Focus.
 

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Hotchkis' 32mm has 2 setting's,1 is 95% stiffer than stock,2nd is 140% stiffer.Also is hollow tubing.Progress said theirs well be made the same way.The nice thing is there will be competition,so maybe the cost will come down some.In a FWD car larger rear SB will help with turn in on a track thru the tight stuff.
 
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