- Rear sway bars can greatly improve the handling of a vehicle. The sway bar can also be referred to as a stabilizer bar or an anti sway bar.
- Most sway bars mount at two places on the frame or body of the vehicle. The bar then extends out to each side of the vehicles suspension, linking the right side suspension to the left side suspension.
- The purpose of the sway bar is to reduce the amount of sway or body roll as a vehicles weight is shifted from side to side.
- When a vehicles weight is shifted from the side to side, the sway bar applies the load from one side of the suspension to the other side, keeping the body from swaying or rolling to the side experiencing the most loads.
- The purpose of the sway bar is to keep the body of the vehicle level while maintaining traction and control of the vehicle as the weight is shifted from side to side.
- The transfer of loads through the sway bar can improve the handling of a vehicle.
- Reduction of body roll when driving in curves and during fast changes of direction
- Stabilizes the vehicle
- Gives structural support
- Unimpaired spring comfort at bilateral spring deflection
- Decreasing the load difference between the wheels inside and outside the curve
- Impacting the under- or over-steering tendency positively
- Installation Manual are not included
- Professional Installation is highly recommended