REAR SWAY BAR LINK SYSTEMS

WeldnFab

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DOES ANYBODY KNOW WHERE TO GET A SWAY BAR SYSTEM FOR MY CLASS 8 TRUCK? THE TYPE I'M LOOKING FOR IS LIKE WHAT IS IN THESE PICS
THANK YOU
ADAM
 

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Donahoe

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Curt laduc sellthem as well as sway-a-way and Stock car products.

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BradM

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Those shown are from Curt Leduc at California Pre Fun. Also check out <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.1speedway.com>Speedway Engineering</A> for stock car products. They have a great selection and are very helpful.
 

ntsqd

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http://www.stockcarproducts.com/susp22.htm



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Raceworks

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The picture is of our truggy. If you want a sway bar like that just call Stewarts Raceworks. We have them custom made. Usually Stock Car Product Etc. doesn't make one long enough or Strong enough. (619) 449-9728
 

WeldnFab

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Cool, thanks for all the info guyz! much appreciated. I'll be calling these shops within the month.
 

V8Ranger

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Does anyone know why stock car products would make theirs out of 4140 rather than a spring steel? Thanks
 

ntsqd

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The term "spring steel" is pretty generic. It covers a range of alloys as well as various applicable heat-treats. With the right heat-treat you can make almost any steel alloy into a spring. How long some of them will last when used as a spring is a different story. Dave G probably could give more specifics than I can.

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ntsqd

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Oh yea, FWIW the sway bars we used on the '89 IMSA car were made from various sizes of 4130 tubing. Welded flanges on the ends to bolt the lever arms onto and we went racing.

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V8Ranger

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By "spring steel" I was refering to either 6150 or 9254. Isn't this what most spring manufactures use? From my understanding 6150 is a common grade for various automotive suspension springs while race springs are made out of 9254 because its heat-treating properties, fatigue resistance and heat-treating properties are better than 6150.
 
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