How to Install a 1956 Chevy Sway Bar?

Answer The front suspension on a 1956 Chevrolet did not come with a sway bar. This means that as the car corners, it can lean heavily to one side or the other, causing instability and an uncomfortable fee... Read More »

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DIY: How to Install an Ignition Switch on a 1956 Chevy?

The ignition switch in a 1956 Chevy is dash-mounted. It is held in the dash with a round, threaded nut with a chrome bezel beneath it, and with the word "Ignition" inscribed on it. The ignition swi... Read More »

How to Install a Sway Bar on a Chevy?

A sway bar, also known as a stabilizer bar, is a solid steel bar that connects the lower control arms on your Chevy to the frame. When a car drives through a turn, the weight of the vehicle shifts ... Read More »

How to Install a Front Sway Bar in My '55 Chevy?

The 1955 Chevrolets did not come from the factory with a front sway bar, which meant that the car would lean into corners fairly heavily, making fast turns difficult. Adding a sway bar not only imp... Read More »

How to Install the 1987 Chevy Truck Front Sway Bar?

The sway bar on a 1987 Chevrolet truck is designed to connect the lower control arms on both sides of the suspension together, which helps to keep the tires planted on the ground while turning a co... Read More »