Installing a Sway Bar is one of the best investments in handling that you can make! A sway bar links the right side and left side of the car, acting as a torsional spring to resist body roll and keep the tires planted during launches. Muscle car engineers used small, weak sway bars - and sometimes even no sway bar at all - in muscle car suspension because the vehicles were limited by the capability of the era's tires.
|Sway Bar Type||Solid|
|Sway Bar Diameter (in)||1 1/8|
Reviewed by: Kevin05/08/2019 10:55PM
Product ownership: Less than 1 week
Purchased from: Performance Suspension Technology
Please make your instructions better, it was a photo copied piece of paper was blurry, the end link assembly has an "L" bracket, even the picture on your website is extremely difficult to see if not impossible, spent several hours experimenting. needs to be big and easier to see instruction, consider a quick video.
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