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BFR1-KU4
Rear Sway Bar - 18mm Non Adjustable
BFR1-KU4
Rear Sway Bar - 18mm Non Adjustable
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Engineered to 'Activate More Grip', sway bars are principally designed to reduce body roll or sway. By reducing body roll, lateral loads are spread more evenly across the tyres thereby increasing cornering grip and improving outright performance. This Whiteline 18mm fixed position sway bar = more grip = better handling = outright performance - it's the best dollar for dollar handling improvement you can make to your vehicle. In fact, benefits extend to improvements in handling, safety and tyre wear without affecting ride quality or comfort.
Kits Required: 1
Warranty: 3 Year/ 60,000Km's
Kit Contents:
1 Sway Bar, 2 Links, 10 Bushings, 2 Saddles, 2 Plates, 2 Brackets, 2 U-Bolts, 2 Bolts, 10 Washers, 16 Nuts, Install Guide
Install Guide: Download Here
Service Kit: W0400-18
Important Notes
Suits models with 9" diff
US $ 215.00
US $ 182.75
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Kit Specifications
Diameter(mm) Diameter(in) Diameter(in) decimal Material Adjustment Chart
18mm 23/32" 0.708" Solid Spring Steel Non adjustable BL-281
Kit Specifications
 
Diameter(mm) 18mm
Diameter(in) 23/32"
Diameter(in) decimal 0.708
Material Solid Spring Steel
Adjustment Non adjustable
Chart BL-281
Installation
Install
Guide
Fitment
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Click to Download 2 hrs DIY - With specialist tools
Installation
Install
Guide
Fitment
Time
Degree of
Difficulty
Recommend
Wheel Alignment
Click to Download 2 hrs DIY - With specialist tools
Packaged Weight and Dimensions
Units Weight Length Width Height Fitment Difficulty
cm/kg 5.3kg 90cm 20cm 10cm
in/lbs 11.684lbs 35" 8" 4"
Units cm/kg in/lbs
Weight 5.3kg 11.684lbs
Length 90cm 35"
Width 20cm 8"
Height 10cm 4"
Fitment Difficulty
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