[Healeys] Sway Bar
simon.lachlan at homecall.co.uk
Sun Dec 9 14:15:12 MST 2007
My regular PC is in bits. My fault - don't ask. Hence I can't refer back to
sizes etc, but......
I bought a bigger/stiffer/thicker (whatever!) anti-roll bar from someone
(AH, Welch or whoever) and the rose jointed ends from Cape. Works really
well. Easy to fit and "does what it says on the can".
I seem to recall that there are three sizes of bar available:-
The standard one which you must assume you already have. A thicker one and
an even thicker one. I'm pretty sure that the thickest one is a bit over the
top for all but very serious/competitive driving. At least, that's what I
recall without accessing my records.
I guess you'll be looking at the bushes down there too...
From: healeys-bounces+simon.lachlan=homecall.co.uk at autox.team.net
[mailto:healeys-bounces+simon.lachlan=homecall.co.uk at autox.team.net] On
Behalf Of Alan Seigrist
Sent: 10 December 2007 04:35
To: Gale Hess
Cc: Healeys at autox.team.net
Subject: Re: [Healeys] Sway Bar
I've got a rose jointed sway bar from Cape International on my BJ8. It
makes a huge difference the car drives like a dream with that on there. I'd
recommend a heavy duty sway bar for any 6 cyl healey with 185x15 ++ tires on
On Dec 10, 2007 10:42 AM, Gale Hess <ghess4 at cox.net> wrote:
> Seasons Greetings,
> I wonder if any of you have had experience (good or bad) with the so
> "Performance Sway Bars" available for the Healey? I would like to add a
> little bit more stability to my BJ8 ie. reduce the lean on the curves.
> Gale (Mr)
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