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Old 04-30-2013, 06:54 PM
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Hi, I'm looking to fab my own sway bar set up. I can build my own arms and links, but where can I get the bar itself? Splined or not, what does everybody use? I'ts going on the front of a fullsize mud truck at @7000#, so I would imagine it will be around 1 3/4 dia or bigger. Where can I find one? Thanks,
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Circle track racers use this type stuff. Try Speedway motors.

'90 mustang 545, Weiand tunnel ram, Predator carbs, c-4 with brake, 4800 stall UCC, 9" 4.10 gears, 390/45r 15 drag radials, ladder bars.
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