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Heavy duty anti-sway bars

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  • Frame/Springs: Heavy duty anti-sway bars

    I bought these years ago, finally got around to installing them on my 63 Daytona. Wow, what a world of difference! Corners like a Ferrari, nice and flat. Changing lanes on the freeway is a blast! If you've been thinking about getting these, don't put it off any longer.

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    The rear:

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      Front:

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        I just installed the HD swaybar in the front of my Hawk, only had it out on the street once and I was pretty impressed. The car felt a lot stiffer and when I purposely hit a sunken manhole cover close to my home it felt like I floated over it. I was told it would be the best money to be spent on my Hawk five years ago, I think he was right. Looking forward to changing my gear set and getting out on the highway.

        Allen
        1964 GT Hawk
        PSMCDR 2014
        Best time: 14.473 sec. 96.57 MPH quarter mile
        PSMCDR 2013
        Best time: 14.654 sec. 94.53 MPH quarter

        Victoria, Canada

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          FWIW, if one is adding a heavier front bar, adding the rear bar at the same time is strongly recommended.

          jack vines
          PackardV8

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            Great pics. So where do you get these? Got part #'s?

            Thanks, Brian

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              I believe they came from:
              Dave Thibeault, 13 Nick Lane Maynard, MA 01754
              (978) 897-3158

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              • #8
                Originally posted by pdrnec View Post
                I believe they came from:
                Dave Thibeault, 13 Nick Lane Maynard, MA 01754
                (978) 897-3158
                That's why my 59 with the 1.25" front bar and matching rear, from a Firebird, make it a blast to drive.

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