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Classic Austin Mini Sway Bar Kit Rear 12.7mm Fixed

Classic Austin Mini Sway Bar Kit Rear 12.7mm Fixed

Classic Austin Mini Sway Bar Kit Rear 12.7mm Fixed
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$313.95
Part No: C-AJJ4009
Internet Price $313.95
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Classic Austin Mini Rear Adjustable 3/4 Anti Roll , Sway Bar
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Adjustable rear anti-roll bar kit complete.
Contains a 1/2" (12.7mm) steel bar and comes complete with all components required for fitment. It is not rubber mounted except for the metalastic bushes in the drop links, and is, therefore, very efficient -- unlike those utilizing rubber mountings for the bar itself. Recommended for road/rally use.
Not recommedned when fitting very large bore exhaust systems or large diameter shock absorbers because of possible clearance problems.
General:
Use of a rear anti-roll bar increases roll stiffness (resistance); therefore, helping reduce understeer.
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