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ST Suspensions 50050 36mm solid sway bar

Reply #1
What rear bar are you running?
88 Thunderbird LX: 306, Edelbrock Performer heads, Comp 266HR cam, Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, bunch of other stuff.



ST Suspensions 50050 36mm solid sway bar

Reply #4
That's a Fox Mustang bar correct?
88 Thunderbird LX: 306, Edelbrock Performer heads, Comp 266HR cam, Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, bunch of other stuff.

ST Suspensions 50050 36mm solid sway bar

Reply #5
Yes, it is. The fit was perfect though. It's been too wet out to get a good feel for it, but I don't get my tires into my fenders around tight corners now, so there's that. As far as steering is concerned, the lag between action and reaction is nearly gone.

ST Suspensions 50050 36mm solid sway bar

Reply #6
so what you have there are the end links being of a closer provile than stock,, overall mount lenght is shorter?



ST Suspensions 50050 36mm solid sway bar

Reply #9
The rear bars interchange. The difference in rear width is the axle shafts themselves.
It's Gumby's fault.

ST Suspensions 50050 36mm solid sway bar

Reply #10
And to add to what Shawn said, the Stang 5.0 bars are the same as TC bars..all can be used interchangeably. Everything up to '98, for that matter. ('99+ IRS cars obviously will not, though the newer years with a solid axle will still fit)
'84 Mustang
'98 Explorer 5.0
'03 Focus, dropped a valve seat. yay. freakin' split port engines...
'06 Explorer EB 4.6

ST Suspensions 50050 36mm solid sway bar

Reply #11
I took the car out and pushed it hard at some bends, and while the front stayed remarkably flat, and my corner speed was greatly increased, I could feel the rear trying to steer the car and I don't like it.  I ordered the rear bar this afternoon.

ST Suspensions 50050 36mm solid sway bar

Reply #12
Quote from: TheFoeYouKnow;457396
Mount length and link length are the same.


You might check that info. As far as I remember, the end links on the TBirds/Cougars were shorter. 4"-ish  vs. 5"-ish (I don't have the info in front of me, and it's been a number of years since I replaced them on any of my TBirds/Cougars)
Long live the 4-eyes!  - '83 Tbird Turbo


ST Suspensions 50050 36mm solid sway bar

Reply #14
Quote from: TheFoeYouKnow;457414
The kit came with two sets of links. I matched up the short ones with what I had on the car, so I used them instead of the longer ones.

At least they included the proper ones. The loner ones would be for Mustangs.
Long live the 4-eyes!  - '83 Tbird Turbo