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Whiteline Sway Bar Mounts

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    Spirited driving puts a lot of stress on your stock components—especially if you've tinkered around with aftermarket upgrades. You wouldn't drop a stage-four turbo on your motor without beefing up your braking strength. And, if you've stepped up your suspension with a track-ready sway bar, you need to swap out your factory anti roll bar mounts with burly Whiteline Sway Bar Mounts.

    Engineered to absorb the gnarliest lateral g-forces, Whiteline Anti Sway Bar Mounts deliver maximum rigidity to fight off flexing and breaks. Not only do they protect against premature failures, they improve your bar's response for tighter cornering and smoother slaloming.

    Custom designed for your ride, Whiteline Sway Bar Mounts bolt directly in place of your factory gear for an easy, at-home install. What's more, Whiteline mounts are carved from choice alloys and come with new bushings and mounting hardware. Plus, they're backed by a 3-year warranty.


    Whiteline Sway Bar Mounts Customer Reviews

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    2 Customer Reviews

    Helps with rear rigidity

    Reviewed by Evan T (FORISTELL, MO) Reviewed for a 1998 Subaru Impreza — Sep 10, 2018 8:09 PM

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    Was a bit hard to install on my car but overall worth the solidarity of the rear end.

    Whiteline HD Mounts (22MM RSB)

    Reviewed by Ramil B (ANCHORAGE, AK) Reviewed for a 1998 Subaru Impreza — Aug 17, 2014 4:06 PM

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    Great quality product from Whiteline. Only issue I have was the black bushings that came with them, seem to be a little to small to fit my Whiteline 22MM RSB mounts. I had to force it down a bit and clamp it to make it work. I suggest removing your OEM RSB mounts while the vehicle is on jacks and removing the rear passenger wheel off to get to the bolts.