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    FEP Member 86MustangGtRob's Avatar
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    Default Maximum Motorsports rear adjustable sway bar

    Hi guys, does anyone here have the maximum motorsports adjustable rear sway bar installed on their car? I have the torque arm, panhard bar with the torque springs on my 85. I am just wondering if it's worth it for a street driven car.

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    I do as it was part of the Maximum Grip Box kit. I haven't driven the car enough yet to get a feel for it nor have I tried messing with settings. Initial installation recommendation is starting with the lightest setting which is where I have it.

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    Thanks for the information. Was it hard to line up on the frame rails?

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    It was pretty straight forward to install following the instructions. I went with the weld on style brackets since I had a bare chassis to work with.

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    My car was undercoated for years before I got it. It's clean underneath. I'll go with the weld on brackets. Thanks again.

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