How to Remove a Front Sway Bar?

Answer Front sway bars help to control body roll and sway experienced in cornering and when driving in windy conditions. These bars are mounted in rubber cushioned brackets attached to the vehicle frame. ... Read More »

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How to Remove the Front Sway Bar in a Porsche 911?

The front sway bar on a Porsche 911 connects the suspension on both sides of the front of the car, and helps to control lean in cornering situations. The sway bar has bushings on it, which can wear... Read More »

How to Remove the Front Sway Bar on a 1998 Polaris?

Repairing the front suspension on your 1998 Polaris ATV may require the removal of the stock front sway bar. This process can take as little as 1/2 hour after the front skid plates are removed from... Read More »

What Is a Front Sway Bar?

Sway bars (also known as "stabilizer," "anti-roll" or simply "roll" bars) are vital component of any vehicle's suspension, especially fully or partially independent suspension. These simple twist-s... Read More »

How to Fix a Front Sway Bar End Link?

A sway bar is a rigid length of metal that bolts to a car's suspension on either side. When the vehicle goes around corners, the bar reduces body roll by forcing the inside tire to the ground, incr... Read More »