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i want to replace my regular sway bar but what model and size should i put in there and do they come with all the bushing ?

94 3.8 sedan with regular sway bar what would be the best setting
 

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which bar u lookin for, front or rear? u can upgrade ur 19mm rear up to a sho 26mm and ur front up to a 24mm. check junkyards for them or on shoforum.com or on ebay. most dont include bushings or if u need new endlinks.
 

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so front is a 24 mm and rear a 26 mm from a sho ? ok cool ill look into that thanks
 

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The SHO guys seem to like a 22/26 combo to prevent tire lift. However, I doubt your stock suspension is as stiff as what some of these guys run, just some info for your choice.
 

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You can also try 24mm/25mm combo that was used in the Police package Tauruses (running 3.8l).
 

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ill try that
 

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Originally posted by mooby@Jul 30 2004, 12:40 AM
i want to replace my regular sway bar but what model and size should i put in there and do they come with all the bushing ?

94 3.8 sedan with regular sway bar what would be the best setting
Unless you are getting it new and it specifically says that it includes the bushings i wouldn't expect it to come with them. I'd suggest you get Moog TPR (ThermoPlastic Rubber) bushings from rockauto.com. I just got Moog TPR bushings for front and rear bars and an endlink kit for less then 40 bucks shipped IIRC from rock auto. Yup just checked, 39.14 shipped. The front was only 9.52 for the Moog TPR bushings and the endlink kit was 13.59 incase you care to replace those while you are at it.
 

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Originally posted by SHO Continental+Aug 2 2004, 12:17 AM--><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (SHO Continental @ Aug 2 2004, 12:17 AM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-Bob Gervais@Jul 30 2004, 10:14 PM
Those size swaybars came in a 89-91 sho only
What size sway bars does a Gen 2 SHO have? [/b][/quote]
There wasn't one gen2 SHO stock configuration for sway bars. For some reason ford made several iterations of the "stock" SHO sway bar configurations. The following page has some more info on the stock sway bar configurations.

http://www.v8sho.com/SHO/SHOSwayBarsSuspension.htm

You will have to measure your bars (w/ a caliper) to find their exact size.
 

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so ill check into getting some 24 25 f r sway bar and for sure im changing all the rubber bushing and all the rest of the crap underneath lolllllll
top plate
coil
shock
sway bar
and all the rubber componant in de direction
 
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