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FS: solid 1" rear sway bar for Abody chevelles and beaumonts 64-67


Used this for one summer on my 64 then went back to stock

Your car will handle like a ferrari when you put this thing on!!  

still mint condition, hammertone powdercoat still looks brand new, with bolts and sleeves as shown.

Sell locally ONLY, too big and heavy to ship  fits all 64-67 chevelles and beaumonts

125 cdn funds

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-- Edited by Carl Stevenson on Sunday 7th of January 2018 09:20:05 PM

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FS: solid 1


Trying to envision how it attaches. Will have to get out the assembly manual or parts book.

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RE: FS: solid 1" rear sway bar for Abody chevelles and beaumonts 64-67


This shows it pretty good for our cars.

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Adding that and a heavier front sway bar I think were the best additions I ever made for my car. Would definitely recommend them. Just curious Dave why you pulled it?

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jmont64 wrote:

Just curious Dave why you pulled it?


 Ya, what swayed your opinion? (I had to say it)blankstare



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I went with a factory original

I think this one for sale is a helwig, and to be honest, fit better with no shims!



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So you have to drill the lower control arm?

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So you have to drill the lower control arm?


 Ted, best to just buy a set that are boxed and drilled



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70 SS ACADIAN wrote:
norontcan wrote:

So you have to drill the lower control arm?


 Ted, best to just buy a set that are boxed and drilled


 https://www.ebay.com/itm/64-72-Chevy-Chevelle-Rear-Lower-Boxed-Control-Arm-w-Rubber-Bushing-for-Sway-Bar/221062454131?fits=Model%3AChevelle&hash=item3378595b73:g:3rkAAOSwhOxZ95Tq&vxp=mtr



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Thanks.
Looking at other auctions on eBay, Beaumontguru's pricing sure seems fair.

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https://www.ebay.com/itm/1964-1972-GM-A-Body-Rear-Boxed-Lower-Control-Arm-Pair-Golden-Star/252243162972?_trkparms=aid%3D555017%26algo%3DPL.CASSINI%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20150817211758%26meid%3D677234d3cc964ac4b8adbe8f36919428%26pid%3D100507%26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D1%26&_trksid=p2045573.c100507.m3226



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I still have this swaybar if anyone in winnipeg is interested

It is sitting in my garage, and i totally forgot about it all this past year,  fall cleanup time!!!



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So funny to see this now when I logged on. Just got home 5 minutes ago after doing some running around and coming back on a very curvy road with the old car and I reminded myself that heavy sway bar is probably the best money I have ever spent on my car as it improved the ride so so much on the corners but is still a soft ride one the straight sections. That's a good price as I'm sure I paid around $300 for the front and back. Encourage any of you guys who don't have one and you are driving the cars some to swap it out. Quick and easy swap and guaranteed you will be impressed.

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It will fit up to 72!

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