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I'm sorry, I'm completely lost here. Sway bars are intended to help stop body roll during hard cornering and "must" be attached to the body of the car. The "sway bar" you guys are talking about is the straight bar that's tucked away underneath the rear axle? I can see how that improves stiffness, but how would it help with body roll? What am I not seeing here???
ok you put that on there it actuall doesnt need to be atached becuse it uses the rear swing arm as the mounts. So there for makes less flex makes less sway. I thought about it to and the best way i can think of is, It works on the same basics as a mustang/crown vic. And regal i think(dont quote me not possitive on the regal) rear sway bar. It uses the bottom control arm as the mount for the bar and holds thhe rear of the car by the control arms.. Hope this helps a little :thumb:
 
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