1. steve salvaggio

    steve salvaggio New Member

    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

    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

    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

    May 24, 2001
    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

    Jan 17, 2003
    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.


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