True, but he's also said more than once that if you are running staggered wheels there is a benefit to the rear bar.
For year I had that, only slightly...At normal highway speeds the car felt wobbly like it wanted to leap off the road with the slightest turn of the stearing wheel. I had a shop inspect the car and do an alignment but they never found any problem. I also at that point had replaced the front springs with new ones at stock height
Showoff.:thumbsup::yes:i have coil overs ,tube arms, 3 leaf rear 1 and an 8th sway ft. 7/8 rear,q-a ft and rear, car handles great about 1 inch drop
David, one exception is guys are running only a rear bar to aid with a level launch for drag racing. You and I don't have to imagine the disaster if they needed to recover from being out of shape.In general I'm in favor of adding a rear bar, it needs to match the front bar, - both bars should be from the same MFR's kit. The more fixes you do to the front suspension, the more a rear bar helps keep the car balanced. NEVER add a rear bar if you have a stock front bar.