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Rear sway bar Instructions
#1
Hi

Anyone got a pdf instruction on how to install the addco rear sway bar in a 73 ? There should be some drilling involved for sure.

[Image: 71-73-Ford-Mustang-Mercury-Cougar_1.JPG]

Regards Rob

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#2
You can go to ADDCO's website and download instructions.
http://www.addco.net/aftermarket/catalog/ford/

It looks like #679 and #996 have complete instructions.
http://www.addco.net/aftermarket/tech/in...tructions/



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(04-19-2019, 04:17 PM)Don C Wrote: You can go to ADDCO's website and download instructions.
http://www.addco.net/aftermarket/catalog/ford/

It looks like #679 and #996 have complete instructions.
http://www.addco.net/aftermarket/tech/in...tructions/


Great thanks Don, I looked around there Before but I just couldnt find it.

Regards Rob

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#4
Found the instructions, its for a car that already has the sway bar stock.

So I refrase has anyone mounted this bar to a car that didnt had it as stock ?

Regards Rob

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#5
Found this. probably something like that.

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#6
As I said in the earlier post, #679 (600 series) and #996 (900 series) have the instructions for new installations (not replacements). #679 is attached.

.pdf   679.pdf (Size: 133.51 KB / Downloads: 27)



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(04-20-2019, 08:42 AM)Don C Wrote: As I said in the earlier post, #679 (600 series) and #996 (900 series) have the instructions for new installations (not replacements). #679 is attached.

Thanks Don my bad. I was in a hurry.

Thanks again :-)

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#8
Hi

Has anyone a Picture of the swaybar installed ? Im having a hard time understanding the instructions..

Regards Rob

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#9
The bar sits just like the one in the picture of the stock bar.

Mounts clamp in front of the axle on the spring as per the diagram, bar sits behind the axle. You connect the end links to the mounts and then raise the bar up to the frame to mark the location for the bushings. Drill holes in the frame and insert the u-bolts through the frame to secure the bushings and bar. You might have exhaust clearance issues, check that before drilling holes.


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(08-10-2019, 01:05 PM)Hemikiller Wrote: The bar sits just like the one in the picture of the stock bar.

Mounts clamp in front of the axle on the spring as per the diagram, bar sits behind the axle. You connect the end links to the mounts and then raise the bar up to the frame to mark the location for the bushings. Drill holes in the frame and insert the u-bolts through the frame to secure the bushings and bar.  You might have exhaust clearance issues, check that before drilling holes.
Thanks, clearance issue is gonna be a problem. I dont Think I can squeeze it in.

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