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1957 1958 fomo cars sway bar mod

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Quite  a few years , I had a factory sway bar on my 57 300 custom ( wore out)  all aftermarket units were pricey . Went through my sway bar inventory  , found a 68 GTO unit , lined up perfect , tucks in nice to Aframe , Couple of angle iron . Done http://forums.y-blocksforever.com/uploads/images/c24aad3b-246e-46b2-9bd7-7214.jpghttp://forums.y-blocksforever.com/uploads/images/be634f59-3cb2-4273-ab8f-736f.jpghttp://forums.y-blocksforever.com/uploads/images/99ccc218-750a-4906-86a9-60bf.jpg  

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That looks like a nice addition to your ’57.  I installed the larger diameter sway bar from a ’55 Country Squire on my ’55 Customline and the overall handling was very noticeable.  I’m guessing that you could also feel the difference.


Lorena, Texas (South of Waco)


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Yes Ted , it's a marked improvement , working on the rear now , modern 9 in housing , 2 in shorter , discs , etc etc .  

Po ol Davie

Sparta , Tn.

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Back in 1964 I put a 58 Ford station wagon sway bar a bushing’s on my 58 Custom 300. Larger diameter and cornered better. 


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