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Old 10-09-2011, 02:31 AM   #1
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'98 GT, BEST rear sway bar replacement?

Hello guys, I have a '98 GT and after breaking the factory rear sway bar (very common) I am considering installing either the STEEDA or EDELBROCK brands. Any help in first hand experience with either brand or a better recommendation would be great, thanks guys.
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I run eibach sway bars and they are great
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Honestly, what I've heard is the thicker the better.
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No sway bar is better for straight line. I rode my first Stang for years with no sway bar at all, and I too broke mine off at the right control arm.
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Honestly, what I've heard is the thicker the better.
Yes this is true.

http://www.steeda.com/

Should find what you need here.
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Yes this is true.

http://www.steeda.com/

Should find what you need here.
+1 so honestly, check specs, find the biggest then make sure the reviews are good. That should work...
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