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SB-0010PM Front Sway Bar for Pinto Mustang IFS (43 1/2 inch, Stock Width)

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SB-0010PM Front Sway Bar for Pinto Mustang IFS (Stock Width)

SB-0010PM Universal Front Sway Bar for Cars and Trucks using Mustang II IFS (Stock Width)

mustang II ifs front sway bar

front sway bar for mustang II ifs

SB-0010 fits stock width only, SB-0020 for 2” widened crossmembers, SB-0040 for 4” widened crossmembers.

Improve the handling and cornering of your Mustang II IFS equipped street rod with the Chassis Engineering SB-0010PM sway bar kit.

Cornering can cause the wheels to drift or creep to the side, which causes poor handling and excessive wear on the tires. A Mustang II IFS will improve handling, but installing a front and/or rear sway bar will smooth out your driving experience during the more demanding situations, especially when cornering, resulting in a safer and more enjoyable ride.

The SB-0010PM measures 43 1/2 inch eye to eye and is intended for rides with a stock-width Pinto / Mustang II IFS kit installed.


If you are using non-Chassis Engineering full lower A-arms (no strut rods) with your Mustang II IFS suspension, please include part AU-0010PMA (link) with your order of your Pinto / Mustang II IFS sway bar for no additional cost. We will substitute weld-on sway bar mounting tabs in place of the regular Pinto / Mustang II IFS mount brackets.


Note: Directions below assume use of a Pinto or Mustang-based cross member. If you have something different, then make appropriate modifications if needed.

Contact us beforehand if you have questions about the safety or durability of these modifications.


Clamp sway bar and mounts to the frame in position shown below. Move the sway bar through its arc. Check for interference.







Bolt lower linkage mount to lower control arm assembly. Use original strut rod bolts. Offset in lower mount should point inward.

Move bar thru its arc. Check for interference again. Assemble linkage.


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  • 4
    Universal sway bar

    Posted by Unknown on 14th Oct 2015

    Kit was good quality. I was able to adapt it to my car - 1933 Chevy with Fatmans frontend- by using longer bolts and spacers. Finish was just paint - would have preferred powder coat. Unit works well and stabilizes the whole front end.