QA1 52886 Sway Bar Kit, Chromoly, Black, 1 Inch, Mustang
Polyurethane Bushing Material, Black, Hardware Included, 1" Tube O.D., Powder Coated
- (4130) Chromoly steel
- Gloss black powder coated
- True bolt-on installation.
- Adjustable end links
- Greaseable graphite polyurethane bushings
QA1's Mustang Front Sway Bars are manufactured from lightweight hollow-core (4130) Chromoly steel for maximum strength and durability. The CNC forming ensured precision fitment for a true bolt-on installation. They feature adjustable end links for fine tuning of the roll stiffness to your personal preference. A gloss black powder coated finish is applied for lasting durability and corrosion resistance. They also include greasable graphite polyurethane bushings and high quality plated hardware.
QA1's Mustang Rear Sway Bars are manufactured from heavy duty solid-core(1045) cold formed steel for maximum strength. Precision CNC forming ensures proper fitment for a true bolt-on installation. These sway bars feature the same adjustable end links and gloss black powder coated finish. They include greaseable graphite polyurethane bushings, u-bolts and high quality plated hardware.
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