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    Jeff Ismail

addco rear sway bar for sII

i have '79 with 4" rc sua lift, 5" cpt shackles and oem front sway bar, running 31" tires. it doesn't really see any trail work, fire roads from time to time, black top around town and occasional highway use. i know it will never handle like a modern vehicle, that's part of the fun. doing some steering rehab as all the components are original and tired. thought this may make a good addition to improve handling. anybody have thoughts on this guy.


You will need to cut off the extra thread on the stud so it is flush with the nut and add either some washers to space the bracket from the frame or drill a thicker piece of steel out to use as a spacer. On the ubolt piece that goes into the frame there is only so much extra thread, but there is enough to get the longer stud piece spaced away from the frame. Thanks.