The sway bar can be mounted to the outside or inside on tubular control arms with a flat mounting plate. I typically install it towards the inside as that makes it a bit easier to attach. On factory stamped control arms, the sway bar installs inside of the opening of the control arm. It is easy to accidentally install the sway bar upside down, so I would make sure the curves coming off the control arms are pointed up, and you should be fine. Depending on what brand control arms you have, some will slightly lower the position of the sway bar.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
I have a 1995 Mustang Cobra. I have measured my rear sway bar at several points along the bar and it is 27mm, not 25mm. I have also verified this finding with the owners of two different 94/95 Cobras. There is also information on the internet which verifies from Ford that the 94/95 Cobra came with a 27mm rear sway bar. Actually there are no Mustangs from 94-98 which used a 25mm rear sway bar. All cobras from 94-98 used a 27mm bar. Is there any way you guys can re-measure the sway bar that you offer to make sure you have the correct part listed for these cars? Thanks alot
Asked by jeredan l. from corryton | Comment 0 0
The OEM Cobra rear sway bar from 94-98 was 27mm. It is no secret that these bars had a habit of breaking. Ford released this 25mm updated version that replaced the 27mm original, offered the same handling characteristics, and remedied the breakage concerns. We do indeed have the correct part offered here.
Answered by Jonathan M. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
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