1974-80 Ford Rear Sway Bar Kit for Cars with Factory Bar, 7/8 Inch
74-78 Ford Mustang II, 74-80 Ford Pinto, 75-80 Mercury Bobcat, 35.38" Centerline of Holes
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These rear sway bars are designed as a performance replacement upgrade for your classic Ford muscle car that came with a factory installed sway bar. They feature a 7/8" diameter solid steel bar and come with all additional hardware needed for a successful installation. If your classic Mustang or Pinto came with an anti-sway bar from the factory, chances are this kit will be a direct replacement. If originally equipped with a sway bar, the original hardware will need to be re-used, along with the additional supplied hardware. These sway bar kits should only be used when the vehicle has a factory installed swaybar.
- Achieve flatter cornering
- Complements front sway bar to reduce understeer and gain more neutral handing
- Adds to cornering stability at speed
- Solid steel 7/8" diameter bar
- Includes polyurethane bushings for increased responsiveness
- Black powder coated finish
- Corrosion resistant zinc plated hardware included
Fits: (vehicles originally equipped with a sway bar)
- 74-78 Ford Mustang, Mustang II, Mustang LX, GT
- 74-80 Ford Pinto (Except Station Wagon)
- 75-80 Mercury Bobcat (Except Station Wagon)
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