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Nolathane has finally listened. F+R new sway bars, solid 35 mm. Much better than any 1 3/8" hollow bars, like Hellwig, Hotchkis and QA 1.
Finally, a set that ignores the OEM understeer inclined delta with the same diameter and construction F+R.
Nolathane REV003.0182
Australian company, front available now, rear soon to follow. I've been harassing them for exactly this for too long.

It has been decades since a 1 3/8" solid front bar has been available new. With the Pro-Touring F body Sway Bar Brace
75-81 2CF-842 $109.00
also fits 78-96 impala

it is every bit as roll resistant as a 1 7/16" solid would be if it ever existed.
 

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Just talked to Dick and he promises he'll have your products available first of the year. #5029 and all others.
He says he's drowning in the braces for the wagons. Discounts available for those. BIG group discounts.


Ohh that is nice, but it is pricey since the cost of the front by itself is just as much as the BMR front and rear bars put together
Which will give your car OVERSTEER at a bargain price.

However:

I'll be talking to Nolathane the first of December.
Maybe you could arrange a group purchase?
 

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If you still have the 1 1/4" solid on the front, try any 1 1/4" solid on the rear (maybe someone will give you one) or any 1 3/8" hollow on the rear. Your car will thank you for it with improved performance.
Even the 9C1 rear bar would improve it, or FE1 bar front and 9C1 rear. 1 1/4" solid front = 1 3/8" hollow rear in roll resistance.
 

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Just like Porsche was fun back then. Only really hateful hangover was GM prohibited any new cars after that with a neutral chassis, they all had to understeer, a lot.
 
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