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Rear sway bar 67 Parisienne


I know this is a rare piece( I think) But was wondering if anyone had one to sell? Thanks Greg

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not all that rare, same bar is used on the '68-'72 A bodies, believe GM still sells them



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I have heard that is not true. I was told the b body bar is wider. I thought my only option was used? Anyone know a part number? Thanks again

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same bar is used A body & B body, but spacers are needed for the B body.  I have a copy of the dimensions of the spacers & bolts required, as well as a copy of the page from the factory assembly manual that shows how it's installed and where to drill holes in the lower control arms.



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Here's one I bought on ebay (I'm sure from Tamraz) that's under my 70 Parisienne.

 



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Same one I put in my wagon, this spring.... I checked the number.... no inventory... If not having an OEM is ok with you, I have also installed ones off of the '77-'96 B bodies as well.... I like the new '94 style as the are quite beefy... Take out 8 bolts from the brackets in the arms, build a spacer plate, as the '67 arms are wider, drill the holes and install... I will find a pic...

Ebay has...

http://www.ebay.ca/itm/64-72-A-body-Rear-Lower-Control-Arm-7-8-Sway-Bar-Chevelle-Judge-W30-GSX-GM394926-/190706952083?hash=item2c67052793:g:~P4AAOSwXj5XF9rO&vxp=mtr

 

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-- Edited by 67Poncho on Friday 21st of October 2016 12:56:11 PM

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Hmmmm guess I'll have to check out the local u-pick for a 90's caprice/Impala get myself a swaybar for the ol' girl :), thanks for the info! Could you show me some pictures of your setup 67poncho? That would awesome and how you set up your spacer plate, or are those pictures you posted your setup already?



-- Edited by 1980bigblockponcho on Saturday 22nd of October 2016 04:45:15 PM

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1980bigblockponcho wrote:

Hmmmm guess I'll have to check out the local u-pick for a 90's caprice/Impala get myself a swaybar for the ol' girl :), thanks for the info! Could you show me some pictures of your setup 67poncho? That would awesome and how you set up your spacer plate, or are those pictures you posted your setup already?



-- Edited by 1980bigblockponcho on Saturday 22nd of October 2016 04:45:15 PM


I know I have one out of the car here somewhere... This one, I tack welded the 4 corners in but I will find a pic of the bolts that go through the arm into the bracket.. There is a flat bar spacer on both sides of the bracket to take up the space.. This is the new one I bought as you can see the p/number tag near the right control arm!

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-- Edited by 67Poncho on Sunday 23rd of October 2016 04:56:05 PM

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That's sweet!, thanks again 67

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