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Old 06-12-2011, 10:36 AM
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For pics go to Summit and type in swaybars they have an endless list of ´em.

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Here are some pics showing how I attached my bars. The bars are from Stock Car Products. The arms have been drilled to allow for tuning. The closer the attachment point to the bar, the stiffer the bar will feel. The further away, the softer it will feel. It's all about leverage.
I do not have a very good picture of the front bar attachment but you can see the arm, the bar and the bearing mount.
The rear pics are a bit more descriptive.
Hope this helps and gives you some ideas.
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Thank you maxwel-Another idea good!!!! bob s
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