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Task Force Stock Anti Sway Bar
#1307502 Thu Apr 18 2019 01:58 AM
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Wrench Fetcher
Howdy all!! I have a 59 Burb. Working the front end. Anyone out there ever rebuild the stock anti away bar, bushings, etc. on one of these. If yes, I'd be curious to know what you used for replacement parts.

Thanks! Maddog

Re: Task Force Stock Anti Sway Bar
Maddoggee1959 #1307507 Thu Apr 18 2019 02:25 AM
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Haven't worked on one that old, but Energy Suspension has bunches of bushings. I've used them on my newer truck. You'd probably need to get them dimensions to match them up on something that old.
Energy Suspension Sway Bar Bushings


Kevin
First car '29 Ford Special Coupe
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Re: Task Force Stock Anti Sway Bar
Maddoggee1959 #1307511 Thu Apr 18 2019 02:42 AM
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check Taurus parts about 1989, some bits are the same

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