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I want to add a rear sway bar. 1)Where is a good place to get one? What years fit? 2) What would I need aside from the sway bar. It looks like it just bolts to the LCA's.Is that right?
 

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any 94 up rear sway bar will work but i would get one from a 99 up gt or a 96 up cobra they are the same stiffness. I got mine from a 96 mystic cobra for 20 bucks just check a junk yard.
 

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any sway bar from a 79+ mustang will fit. yes, the lca's have holes already drilled for you. you just need the bolts and the tightening clips to hold it in place
 

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go to www.maximummotorsports.com and look at the rear sway bars, they are under rear end or something they have a list of the years and what each years settings are, the oem just bolts to the LCAs
 

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just remember, you need an actual sway bar before you can get the adjustable one. dont go and buy any adjustable sway bar before you get your hands on a normal one.
 

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Trans: Gt rear sway bar $59 shipped

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1995 Ford Mustang GT rear sway bar, $59 shipped. Email us at [email protected]
 

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I emailed Terry and he had one from a '93, but I just won one on ebay off of a 2002 GT $55 shipped :headbang: any specific torque or just good and tight?
Thanks for the help guys
 

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goodntight works. there's no need for a locking washer either, and i've had mine on and off before and it's always held tight. make sure to get grade 8 bolts though, you don't want them breaking.
 

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Well I got it yesterday, installed it today. Took about 15 mins or so(made me feel better about myself from doing the headers yesterday :D ) I would would highly recommend doing this. The car feels so much better, corners flater, and its a little more predictable.

 

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Ok that's mainly what I wanted to see, if you upgraded your front or not. But considering you didn't, and it still made a BIG difference, then I definately think it will be worth it. Especially considering I just ordered my springs, I think a $50 rear sway bar would be a nice compliment to this stage 1 of suspension mods.

Can anyone confirm if the stock V6 front swaybar is the same as the stock GT front swaybar?
 

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I dont' think so, see if you can find that chart on MM, I couldn't find the thing, I had cobra front and rear bars on my V6 and had cobra front and rear on the GT, I don't have a rear bar on the GT any more, can't use one with the IRS, still have the Cobra front bar though.
 

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I didnt' even think the IRS had a rear sway bar, now I am not so sure, this guy seems to have taken an IRS unit apart in a lot of pieces, not sure why he did that, maybe thinks he can sell it for more in pieces, lol. :D
 
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