The sway bar serves a critical purpose in your vehicle's handling, helping manage body lean while cornering and
keeping all four wheels on the pavement. If you hear a rattling, clicking, or knocking noise coming from under
your vehicle, or you feel your vehicle starting to lean more when you go around a corner, it's best to inspect
your sway bar links and bushings. Trust us to provide the sway bar parts and kits you need to keep your
suspension in tip-top shape.
The sway bar (aka the anti-roll bar) is what prevents excessive body lean as inertia shifts your vehicle's
weight when you round a corner. It's also what prevents understeer (front wheels going outside of your
intended direction) or oversteer (rear wheels "fishtailing" as you round a corner).
The sway bar, which winds up and acts like a torsion spring as you corner, is mounted with rubberized
bushings that are inevitably going to wear and degrade over the years. If you hear a rattle, clicking or
clunking noise as you corner, it could be the bushings - an upgrade to polyurethane or polymer bushings will
not only tighten up your car's handling, but they'll be the last sway bar bushings your vehicle should ever