How to Install a Sway Bar on a Chevy?

Answer 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 »

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How to Install a 1956 Chevy Sway Bar?

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 »

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 »

How do I Install Sway Bar Bushing Links on a 1997 Chevy Blazer?

The sway bar bushing links mounted on a 1997 Chevrolet Blazer connect the sway bar that runs the width of the Blazer with the lower control arms. These links have bushings on both the side that bol... Read More »