G-Wagen Sway Bar / Stabilizer Bar by ORC
The stabilizer bar for Mercedes G-Class trucks reduces any body roll that comes from a suspension lift.
Occasionally in stock. 3 to 6-week lead time when not in stock.
Suggestions on Installation
Lay out all the components and check that all the nuts and bolts have the correct thread pitch. Dish soap may be useful as you install all the bushings. Put the bushings on the sway bar in the correct order before pressing the bushings into the ends. Get 2" vinyl-coated clamps (available at Amazon). You can use a Simpson angle brackets and get bolts from Home Depot for mounting. 3/8" NC fits the threaded holes perfectly. We suggest you spend a little time getting everything centered on the vehicle, since it is extremely difficult to adjust the assembly from side to side. Instead, invest a good amount of time getting things lined up while still loose. Perhaps the most important thing to do is to take your time and think it all through before putting it together, since taking everything apart will consume too much time.
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