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.
For Bronco 4WD models, excludes diesel engines.
|Sway Bar Type||Solid|
|Sway Bar Diameter (in)||1|
|Sway Bar Finish||Powder coated|
|Sway Bar Material||Steel|
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