Not sure which 2008 Ford Mustang Sway Bars are right for you? We have over 238 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"There was some initial difficulty installing the caps on the lower ends of the links after the bushings and bar was inserted into the links. The angle of the the cap screws threading into the links makes it difficult to get them to initially thread correctly. I had to slightly open up the holes in the caps to get the screws to thread correctly into the links.
Also, the diameter of the supplied upper attachment bolts is much smaller than the diameter of the holes in the body brackets and somewhat smaller than the inside diameter of the sleeves in the bushings at the top of the links. In addition, the space between the sides of the body brackets is much greater than the width of the top of the links. These tolerances allowed the links to move freely in the brackets causing loud knocking sounds from the rear of the car after the bar was installed. I used several large washers to fill the gaps between the links and the bracket sides and tightened the attachment bolts as much as possible. This eliminated most of the knocking except on very rough or uneven pavement.
Unless I made some serious errors in the installation, I think Eibach should review the sizes of the hardware and components for this particular installation to eliminate the large tolerances that seem to cause the unpleasant sounds.
Aside from these problems, the car handles much better with the bar installed and is much more enjoyable to drive, especially through the turns.
Richmond Va" —David W from Richmond, VA bought an Eibach Anti Roll Bars for a 2008 Ford Mustang, V6.