RE: Men of Mopar,,Sway bar question
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RE: Men of Mopar,,Sway bar question



There are new cam bolt kits too if you are staying with OEM upper A-arms.  Moog 8243A.

If you do buy repro upper A-arms like these, be sure the ball joints are in tight.

http://www.classicindustries.com/product/mopar/b-body-dart-1962/parts/me1617.html

I bought a set off eBay and when pressing in the offset bushings the arms barely hung onto the bushings.  Then the alignment shop could not get the front-end to align.  Figuring the repro upper A-arms could be the culprit, sand blasted the originals and re-installed them.  When I went to take the Ball joints out of the repro arms - they were barely tight and could not be tightened because those holes were oversize too.  Needless to say, everything pressed and screwed into the original A-arms nice and tight.


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From: 1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Monday, September 29, 2014 3:09 AM
To: New Group Mopar
Subject: Men of Mopar,,Sway bar question

Soon I will be rebuilding the front suspension on my 65 Coronet.
It will be getting stock replacement upper/lower control arms, along with bushings, ball joints,new KYB's, front strut rod bushings and an alignment.
I'm considering a front sway/stabilizer bar hopefully to help control the swaying motion it has when going around tight turns.

Is there anything I should pay attention for, consider before going about it, should I use a particular replacement year,style/model or name brand of sway bar, who has the best price.

Thanks in advance,

Jay Rod.
65 Coronet 500,
440 RB, Engine.  
   

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