A sway bar links the right side and left side of the car, acting as a torsional spring to resist body roll and keeping the tires planted during drag launches. Factory engineers used small, weak sway bars and sometimes even no sway bar at all in production suspensions because the vehicles were limited by the capability of the eras tires. Let's face it, most decisions made by the automakers are based on one factor - cost. Without a doubt, it's less expensive to manufacture and install smaller anti-sway bars, or in some cases, leave them off completely!
Your stock suspension does an adequate job in most situations. Where you may run into a problem (no pun intended) is when you need to make a sudden lane change to avoid an accident or when you find that curve in the road is a little sharper than you thought.As you vehicle begins to turn, the body will " roll" transferring weight to the outside wheels. This causes the front end to "plow", or what is technically known as understeer. The result - your vehicle wants to keep going straight and you're out of control! 1965-68 Ford Country Sedan, Country Squire, Custom, Custom 500, Galaxie, Galaxie 500, LTD, Ranch Wagon. 1969-72 Lincoln Mark III, IV.
1965-68 Mercury Colony Park, Commuter, Marauder, Marquis, Montclair, Monterey, Park Lane. The item "1 Rear Sway Bar 1965-68 Ford/Merc FS, 67-71 T-Bird, 69-72 Lincoln Mark III/IV" is in sale since Thursday, November 10, 2016.This item is in the category "eBay Motors\Parts & Accessories\Car & Truck Parts\Suspension & Steering\Sway Bars". The seller is "pstbay" and is located in Montville, New Jersey. This item can be shipped worldwide.