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Sway Bars & Links

Showing 1 - 19 of 911 products
TRW Sway Bar Link - JTS7605
SAS Sway Bar Link - LR300
SAS Sway Bar Link - LR70
SAS Sway Bar Link - L354
SAS Sway Bar Link - L201
Nolathane Sway Bar Link Bushing Kit - 42032

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Nolathane Sway Bar Link - 42170
Nolathane Sway Bar Link Bushing Kit - 42080
Nolathane Front Sway Bar Link - 42709
SAS Sway Bar Link - L905
Nolathane Sway Bar Mount Bushing Kit (19mm) - 42919G
Nolathane Sway Bar Mount Bushing Kit (22mm) - 42006G
Nolathane Front Sway Bar Link Bushing Kit - 42449
SAS Sway Bar Link - L355
SAS Sway Bar Link - L233
SAS Sway Bar Link - LR150
Kelpro Sway Bar Link Bush - 22915
SAS Sway Bar Link - L205
Showing 1 - 19 of 911 products

Sway Bars and Links

Sway bars and their links control body roll when cornering. A sway bar is a tubular metal rod of spring steel that is designed to twist. It is usually mounted to the vehicle body using D bushes. The sway bar links are on each end of this rod and connected to the left and right hand suspension arms. As a car turns into a corner and the body leans the bar twists and fights the body roll.

Sway bars have different thicknesses and are rated in 'hard' and 'soft' A harder bar restricts body roll (Stiffer, greater twist resistance) where a softer bar allows more body roll. (Softer, less twist resistance.) Adjustable sway bars will allow the links to be moved to make the sway bar stiffer or softer. Sway bars play an important role in suspension tuning.

Popular Questions Asked

How do I know if my Sway Bar or Links are worn out?

It is extremely rare for a sway bar to fail. The issue is normally worn D bushes (shaped like a capital D), link bushes or in some cases a broken link. You will get the usually squeak, rattle or clunk noise if a bush has failed. If a link has failed the handling will feel strange as well as a lot more noise from the broken end.

Are Sway Bar Bushes or Links easy to replace?

The D bushes are easily replaced using hand tools. Some sway bar links allow the bushes to be replaced, some come as a complete assembly. You may need a press to do some sway bar link bushes. In most cases hand tools will do the job.

How much does it cost to replace Sway Bar Links or Bushes?

Bushes and links for sway bars are cheap. Approximately - bushes under $65 and complete links under $200 for a pair. Labour $100 -$200.

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