Rear AWD anti-sway bar

Rear AWD anti-sway bar

Postby Wagon Master [OP] » October 25th 2011, 12:09am

Does anyone know if a 2" body lift will mess with an Addco rear anti-sway bar for the AWD vans? I did a search (both here and Google) but haven't found any info.

http://www.andysautosport.com/chevrolet/1995_9999_astro/suspension/sway_bars/addco/addc00096833.html

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Re: Rear AWD anti-sway bar

Postby vangogo » October 25th 2011, 3:43am

Since Astros have subframes, and a body lift only lifts the front half of the van, I would guess that the body lift would have no effect on it.
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Re: Rear AWD anti-sway bar

Postby Wagon Master [OP] » October 25th 2011, 6:04am

Well, turns out the Addco unit is for the Gen 2 vans. Any idea what the differences might be from a Gen 1?
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Re: Rear AWD anti-sway bar

Postby joeytints » April 3rd 2012, 2:03pm

i dont think there is much of a difference i have gen 2 and tried the helwig. it was a nightmare , we had to plasma cut the hardware because of the brakeline accross the rear. took some welding too so if the bolts let go it would not turn and take out the brakes.addco is better
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