[QUOTE=amc49;4495962]Sway bars do not affect straight ahead driving, they are neutral and essentially not there until car hits bumps or leans into a corner. Unless an unusual design like Tempo in which the bar was the triangulation for the LCA. If car moving around on smooth highway you got control arm issues or looseness somewhere. I used to remove the bars on drag cars and they ran dead straight at 150+ mph.[/QUOTE
Yes, just the straight smooth roads when I let off gas, it's great on curves and bumps. I've driven without a sway bar in the past, and never felt this sensation. I know I have a bad control arm bushing. Thanks, that's exactly what I was hoping was the cause, and they're about to be replaced. Then on to an alignment.