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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old Mar 18th, 10, 10:13 PM Thread Starter
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Aftermarket Sway Bar Set?

My '69 has a heavy aftermarket front and rear sway bay set up on it. the guy I bought it from had it put on years ago and he told me the brand, it was some guys name but I don't remember it. it has ball type fittings on the ends and pretty heavy bars. anyone have any idea what make it might be or if it's anything anyone would want? I'd like to get rid of them so I can put a stock set up on for an original look.
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Sounds like a Herb Adams set-up ...

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That's it, thanks.

Looks like a quality set up but I don't want it on my car.
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Re: Aftermarket Sway Bar Set?

You could probably find someone on here to trade their original bar for your Herb Adams setup.

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Sure, I'll trade someone a stock GM bar for a Adam's set-up

I used the Adam's set-up (bars/springs) on several 2nd gen.s over the years - good stuff
The rear bar is really not needed, but the front bar is an excellent addition to most front heavy "F's".
Herb's parts and modifications were track oriented and tested but suitable for many street vehicles.
There was little degradation in ride quality if done right.

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