Get better handling for your car with an aftermarket Mustang sway bar and new sway bar bushings. Thicker sway bars help suspension & chassis rigidity.
Installing a larger anti-roll bar, front sway bar, or rear sway bar can get your Mustang handling, cornering, and performing better than ever. Factory sway bars were good for daily driving, but when it comes to autocross, open track, and road racing, a larger diameter sway bar is needed to reduce flex and reduces body roll. Late Model Restoration carries kits to get your Fox Body, SN-95, New Edge, S197, and S550 handling better on and off the track.
Take your pick from various kits offered by top brands such as Steeda, Eibach, Maximum Motorsports, BMR, and UPR. Pick up a new front and rear sway bar in a kit to save time and money!
If you are looking for the Mustang sway bar sizes for your Fox Body, SN-95, New Edge, S197, or S550? Late Model Restoration has put together a quick and easy Mustang sway bar size chart to help you get the right sway bar bushings and upgraded sway bars!
Restore the suspension on your Fox Body with 5.0 Resto's 1979-1993 Mustang front sway bar mounting brackets! Check out our installation instructions!
The last piece of the puzzle when over hauling your Mustang's suspension is the front and rear anti-roll bars. Often these are over looked and forgotten. Follow along as we show you how to increase the handling and cornering of your Fox Body Mustang with a front and rear sway bar kit from LMR!
Check out our easy to follow article on how to remove both your front and rear sway bars! We at LMR offer many different aftermarket options as well!
Relocating the sway bar in your 2005-2014 Mustang is a necessity when you are wanting to run a smaller rear drag set up. This will retain the use of your S197 Mustang's factory sway bar while allowing room for a 15" drag wheel set up!
Follow along as LMR.com walks you through step by step on how to install an aftermarket 2015-2023 Mustang Steeda front sway bar.
Follow along as LMR walks you through step by step on how to remove an S550 Mustang rear sway bar.