1. steve salvaggio

    steve salvaggio New Member

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    Dec 23, 2005
    hi has anyone used addco or suspension technicques sway bar kits. i have a 1970 camaro and i want to put sway bars on it. is the hotchkis kit worth the extra $200? will the others work the same
     
  2. 77thor

    77thor Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Mar 22, 2002
    Milwaukee, WI USA
    you may want to type the title more carefully next time....

    I have no experience with the Hotchkis or other kits....
    I've got the PST (www.P-S-T.com) swaybars and I like them.
     
  3. sal70ss

    sal70ss Veteran Member

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    Jan 31, 2003
    Auburn NY
    I have the suspension techniques sway bars on my 70rs/ss ,I love them.My opinion? no need to spend the extra cash for the Hothckis.
     
  4. 73Beater

    73Beater Veteran Member

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    Redondo Beach, CA
    I have the old HO racing bars which were built by Suspension Techniques. I have also used their bars on a Monte Carlo and 2 Mustangs. Nice stuff. A hollow bar is nice for all out racing, but on a street car you are spending money for the sake of spending money. I'd sooner use junk yard TA bars with new bushings.
     
  5. DooSPX

    DooSPX Veteran Member

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    Jan 17, 2003
    Sebring
    how hard to change body bushings??

    How hard is it, and how do you do it??
    79 Z28, pro-tour project
     
  6. shovelhead73

    shovelhead73 Veteran Member

    Material makes a difference. I believe the Hothckis bars are make from carbon steel not cold rolled. The bars are stiffer and won't flex like some others. Send 79T/Aman and e-mail, He's an authority on suspension pieces.

    http://www.pro-touringf-body.com
     

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