RideTech 11399120 MuscleBar Sway Bar, 1982-2003 Chevy S-10
82-03 Chevy S10, Steel, Black powdercoated
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RideTech has upgraded the traditional notion of sway bars with the new MuscleBar™. Using precision CNC tubing benders,
PosiLink endlinks and Delrin lined mount bushings, RideTech can now produce sway bars with unheard of dimensional and rate accuracy.
- Precision CNC-Bent Tubing For accurate and repeatable fitment
- Exact Bar Rates Included with each bar – no guesses as to bar rate
- Delrin-Lined Frame Mount Bushings allow easy and predictable rotation over the stiction of polyurethane or rubber
- Easy to install spherical end links
- Adjustable rate with sliding mount for a 200-350lbs adjustment range
- Bolts to the stock 10 bolt rear end with a 2.5" tube. Brackets also available for a 3" tube.
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