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09-19-2002 03:01 PM
elcamino72 Hey Slider in WA, if you are using the front suspension from a 1977 Camaro, I would suggest getting a sway bar from a late 70's Trans Am or Firebird Formula. This bar should be 1 1/4" diameter and will really help the handling. It'll bolt up with out any mods
09-19-2002 01:21 PM
JPSmith Thats great! I got a sway bar from the ifs kit for my chevy truck and I have absolutely no clue how to install it! I know where it goes and how it should but it does not want to mount to these swivel thingies that they gave me for it?
09-17-2002 05:53 PM
slider in wa Cool, i`m gonna do that when i put the 77 Camaro clip under the 57 p.u. Got any pix of it?
Slider in Wa.
09-17-2002 02:49 PM
Sway Bar it.

I have an early camaro clip in my F-1. It rides well but had more body roll in turns than would be the case of the camaro because my truck has more weight up higher.

I went to the U-Pull It and measured a couple of narrow sway bars and bought them, not knowing exactly how I would use them. I finally welded some brackets to my camaro A arms and drilled them to accept the adjustable drop bolts to mount a Bronco II sway bar and mounted the bar to the frame. Result: the truck drives and rides like a sports car now. It really improved the whole ride and handling situation a great deal and all for the price of $17!

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