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Hellwig Rear Sway Bar for 1973-1983 Chevy/GMC K10/K20 4WD

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Rear Sway Bar for 1973-1983 Chevy/GMC K10/K20 4WD
$410.73
Rear Sway Bar
  • 1973-1983 Chevy/GMC K10/K20 4WD
  • Rear
  • Diameter: 1-1/8"
  • Solid
  • Free Shipping - Ships on 02/13/23
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    On a 1974 GMC 1500 Step-side with a c-notch kit and approximate 6" drop with stock leaf springs. NOT using air bags. Would this sway bar have clearance/interference issues? I like that it is up out view and more importantly not going to scrape on the road

    Asked by: Bigboybibs
    This should work in your application and give you some ground clearance.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-05-15
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