Just spent some time this morning under the car removing the old rear sway bar (16mm) and installing one from a 940 which is 19mm.
For those who want to undertake this the bolts on the rear suspension can be very difficult to move. Even after spraying them with WD40 I couldn't budge them. I applied enough force to lift the car on it's suspension all to no avail. In the end I jacked the car up and use the weight of the car to lever the spanner (leaning on a piece of wood). Not the recommended method but it was effective.
If only I had a hoist to do the job!
Here's a before and after shot.
Not much difference to see except the new one has been painted in Killrust "Sun Gold".
I also have a new front sway bar from a 960 which is 24mm (rather than the stock 19mm) being painted and it will be installed in a few days.
I'll also have a 21mm bar from a 940 soon in case the 24mm is a bit too heavy.
For both the front and rear suspension I have been buying the SuperPro bushes with a view to replacing them all. I had to buy the Whiteline 24mm swaybar front mounts as I couldn't find them anywhere in SuperPro.
I'll take more photos when the front bar goes in.