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The Hellwig Motorsports Car Sway Bars provide modern technology for your vintage muscle car and leading performance for your modern vehicle. These sway bars are precision engineered and manufactured at Hellwig's ISO9001 certified facility in Visalia, CA. Hellwig is the only aftermarket manufacturer that offers solid, tubular, and heat-treated sway bars to match any suspension requirement. .
Hellwig's commitment to quality shows in the details, such as end treatments where the sway bar is tapered from round to flat to eliminate stress risers. Also, the ends are radiused for better clearance and a clean appearance. All bends are done on computer-controlled benders to provide consistent bends for a sway bar that fits right every time.
Hellwig Motorsports Tubular Sway Bars feature the latest designs and utilize high-strength tubular DOM steel to maximize performance yet with up to half the weight of solid bars.
Hellwig Motorsports Solid Sway Bars are a bit heavier but are unmatched in strength and durability with an average tensile strength of 170,000 psi.Features:
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