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rear sway bar for 65 Parisienne


hey folks

Just looking for a rear sway bar for a 65 parisienne.......stock 7/8 works good for me. Just want to tighten things up a bit.

 

Thanks!

 

Mark



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You are aware you can still buy a new GM one from some suppliers? GM has discontinued it but a number of guys must have stocked up.

Part #394926

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hutch400 wrote:

hey folks

Just looking for a rear sway bar for a 65 parisienne.......stock 7/8 works good for me. Just want to tighten things up a bit.

 

Thanks!

 

Mark


 urethane bushings help a lot , so do a decent set of springs and shocks, the bar doesn't hurt, but it does cause over steer on the rear end which means the backend can step out. bars are their for tuning not to fix bad handling just saying.



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That Parts Place 

near Chicago

use the part # Carl posted

they have it listed for a 68 to 72 Chevelle 

I think

thats were I got mine

Not sure if you are aware you need to make up

a spacer kit

I had a set of plans I got off of 

Chev talk I think

easy stuff



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I have some of those shims if someone needs measurements but there is a writeup online detailing the entire installation on our particular cars.

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http://66impalass427.tripod.com/id14.html

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