Speedway Universal Rear Anti Sway Bar Kit
- Will fit frames up to 45" wide
- Ideal for 1928-1948 street rods
- Bushings , tie rod ends, and all required hardware is included
- Will require welding
- Can be adjusted to size
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.
- 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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