Universal Sway Bar Kit
Available 36″ and 46″ wide, but can be cut down (with a hack saw) to any length. The bar is ¾” diameter 4142 cold finished, heat treated, with one end splined ¾-36. The other end of the bar is smooth. This smooth end gets pinned and welded into a coupler which welds to one of the arms. The laser-cut, 3/8″ thick arms are 8″ center-to-center.
Formed tabs weld to the outer tube and connect the bar to the rear crossmember using the coil-over bolts. Urethane bushings insulate road vibration. Rod ends connect the arms to the tabs that weld to the rear end. Overall length is ¾” longer than the bar length, since the 3/8″ arms mount outside the ends of the bar. The arms can be bent to clear the coil-overs.
To mount the sway bar to a crossmember tube without coilover bolts, please see the video “Sway Bar Options”. To order the kit like this, please add a comment in the order check-out. No extra charge.
NEW: One more mounting option has been added: a bracket bolts to the lower coil over holes in the axle bracket and mounts the tube under the axle. Tabs weld to the bottom of your frame rail to mount the heim joints. Depending on your ride height, a male heim joint can be used on either end of a 3/8-24 threaded spacer tube. Please check out the pictures.
The Model A sway bar kit includes a 46″ trim-to-fit sway bar with 3/4-36 splines on one end and no splines on the other end. Trim the bar to the exact length you need, then weld the smooth coupler and the arm to one end. Slip the bar through the outer tube and attach the splined coupler arm to the opposite end. The outer tube goes through the frame rails ahead of the rear end. The arms link to a formed bracket that bolts to the rear axle 4-link side plate. See pictures.
If you want a custom length bar, splined on both ends, we have that available now too. Maximum length 46″. Please allow about 2 weeks for delivery.
Installation article on the 2011 NSRA giveaway car:https://www.welderseries.com/blog/2011/04/13/sway-bar-install-on-nsra-33-giveaway/
Installation pictures (1964 Comet): www.welderseries.com/blog/how-to-articles/sway-bar-install-total-performance-64-comet/
Installation pictures (1955 Ford): www.welderseries.com/blog/how-to-articles/sway-bar-install-jh-restorations/
Shipping charge is 10% of your order total, minimum $15 and maximum $60. The 36″ sway bar kit would ship for $26. Ships via UPS to the lower 48 States and 10 Provinces. No duty or brokerage charges. No surprises. Tracking information will be emailed.