Front Sway Bar 2000 Mustang

Captain Max Silver

Captain Max Silver
Does Anyone Have Any Idea Of What Years Front Sway Bars Fit 2000 Mustang? LQQKING For A Little More Planted Feel. Have 25mm LQQKING For Maybe 30MM. Any Thoughts?
 

Captain Max Silver

Captain Max Silver
Have 25MM Front, 23MM Rear At Moment. Just Installing Bump Steer Kit And Thought I Might Move Front Sway Bar Up A Little While At It!
 

Captain Max Silver

Captain Max Silver
Switch out the rubber bushings for poly.
You Think That's All I Need To Do? Been LQQKING At Kits Available And Seem To Be 9MM Difference Between
Front And Rear. I Was Buying The Poly Bushings And Thought As Long As Changing I Might As Well Change Sway Bar While
At It 30MM To 33MM. What You Think?
 

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Phil II

Cone Destroyer
94-98 gt's have a 30 mm front sway bar. You could find one at your local junk yard. Add bushings and go.
 

Captain Max Silver

Captain Max Silver
94-98 gt's have a 30 mm front sway bar. You could find one at your local junk yard. Add bushings and go.
Thanks Phil II, Got the Bump Steer In Today, LQQKS Good!!!
 

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Captain Max Silver

Captain Max Silver
Awesome! May I see some stance photos with those hubcentric spacers? :)
1.5" Front 2" Rear That Way I Get Staggered LQQK And Can Still Rotate Tires.
Don't Buy The Ones With Narrow Walls, Had Failure With Cheapies, Go With Forged.
 

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Stewart P

New Member
I went with poly. Bushing all around front and rear. Didn't have to change out the front sway bar and I haven't put a rear sway bar in yet. I put a 1 1/4 lowering springs on and it corners like it is on rails. Poly is definitely the way to go. Those old bushings are 17 years old.
 

Serpent

Active Member
put the ones off of my cobra on my son's v6 car. my 27mm had broke so replaced it with a 25mm. now they, as I said, are on my son's 04 v6. 29mm front, 25mm rear. car handles much better. also did poly bushing all around on the front.
 

Captain Max Silver

Captain Max Silver
Got A 30mm From 98 GT To Install With Poly Bushings Should Compliment What I Have In Car Now 23MM In Rear. See Mods In My Garage.
25MM In Front End Now.
 

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SixPackSurprise

My lil Turd
My car is a 97 with the stock 27mm sway bar. About 2 hours before seeing this today, I just installed Prothane Sway bar end links, and Prothane Sway bar bushings in the front and did UPR Tubular Lower control arms with poly bushings in the Rear. OMG what a difference. The ass end feels much more responsive, and the front end feels worlds different. I'm riding on Eibach Sportline springs with Monroe Sensatrak Shocks/struts.
 

Captain Max Silver

Captain Max Silver
My car is a 97 with the stock 27mm sway bar. About 2 hours before seeing this today, I just installed Prothane Sway bar end links, and Prothane Sway bar bushings in the front and did UPR Tubular Lower control arms with poly bushings in the Rear. OMG what a difference. The ass end feels much more responsive, and the front end feels worlds different. I'm riding on Eibach Sportline springs with Monroe Sensatrak Shocks/struts.
Feels Damn Good Don't It? LOL
 
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