It's a dangerous thing to post to the list the things you did while in high school :) -----Original Message----- From: tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:tcb-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Peter Albarian Sent: Wednesday, September 20, 2006 10:36 PM To: tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [tcb] Re: Sway bars on a splitty My first car was a '69 Volvo station wagon, and it got me where I needed to go. I called it the silver bullet and had some pretty amazing times in the back through high school. You go Dennis! BlackBerry service provided by Nextel -----Original Message----- From: Mark Sawyer <mechmark@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Date: Wed, 20 Sep 2006 12:26:34 To:tcb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [tcb] Re: Sway bars on a splitty You admit to owning Volvo station wagons???? Denis Dodson <coocoo@xxxxxxx> wrote: I have had a question and project that has raised a discussion and I'll throw it out here. I used to have Volvo station wagons and twice I put aftermarket sway bars on them. It improved them a bunch. So now I am considering a swaybar for my '63 bus to reduce the rocking in turns. Only the '67 had a swaybar from the factory. I can put a bar from the '67 if I grind off some of the metal on the connecting rod so that it will accept both the bar's clamp and the shock absorber. Is it worth it? Will it greatly stabilize the rocking? I don't want this to sound like Chuck's Megasquirt or anything that Brian comes up with, it sounds simple, is it?