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Universal Rear Sway Bar Kit

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Universal Rear Sway Bar Kit

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Universal rear sway bar fits frame up to 45" wide, which makes it ideal for many 1928-1948 street rod applications. Both the 1-1/4" diameter shaft and the 2" O.D. weld-in frame tube can be shortened for narrower frames. The billet aluminum arms are not splined - they are held on by drilling the shaft and inserting a bolt all the way through the end of the shaft.

Includes bushings, 3/8" adjustable rod ends and all hardware. Welding required.

Specs

  • Tube Diameter:  2" O.D.
  • Tube Width:  45" (can be narrowed)
  • Shaft Diameter:  1.25" O.D.
  • Shaft Width:  48.25"
  • Shaft Wall Thickness:  .208"
  • Arm Length:  8" end-to-end 
  • Arm Mount Length:  6-9/16" hole center-to-center

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2 questions : 2 answers

Is the 1-1/4" bar solid or tubular? What's the bar's material? What is the width of the arms themselves? I'm building a resto-mod out of a 1966 Mopar. I'm fabricating the entire front suspension so I'm needing measurements to see how I'm going to make this work, as well as what I need to fabricate around to integrate it into my suspension.

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Hershey
Topeka, KS, USA
December 01, 2014

Is the 1-1/4" bar solid or tubular? What's the bar's material? What is the width of the arms themselves? I'm building a resto-mod out of a 1966 Mopar. I'm fabricating the entire front suspension so I'm needing measurements to see how I'm going to make this work, as well as what I need to fabricate around to integrate it into my suspension.

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December 01, 2014
EricM
The 1 1/4" sway bar is .208" wall thickness steel tubing. The arms that get bolted to the sway bar tube are 7/8" wide.

Road Applications Can these be used for everyday driving?

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ChadCriss
April 10, 2014

Road Applications Can these be used for everyday driving?

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April 11, 2014
EricM
Yes this could be used for daily driving.
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