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12-01-2004 11:27 AM
Sublime The rear of the Focus has a problem with body roll, especially the sedan and wagon. Go figure. I have been told that front and rear anti roll bars are actually over kill for the everyday driver. At the price of this bar, I had to ask since I could do it and then my suspension would be done.

BTW, dwdgsi03, I know exactly what you are saying since I have BAT/Spax 50mm Springs and Damps, Poly Boshings, and the FS front strut bar. It did diminish it quite a bit. This could only make it better.
12-01-2004 11:05 AM
dwdgsi03 Does it get rid of all of that annoying body roll on it's own, or would I have to get the front bar as well? I have Tein spring/eibach dampers and a FS tower bar, and the body roll has diminished a bit, but not to the extent that I want.
12-01-2004 11:02 AM
Egz A very nice upgrade. I have one, and it really neutralizes the car out.
12-01-2004 09:06 AM
Progress Rear Anti Sway Bar

Is there anyone who has this Anti Sway Bar that can give me an opinion. I have heard good things from distro folks but nothing from users. I will be running the stock front, as recommended, but with Poly Bushings.


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