Steeda Mustang Rear Sway Bar Relocation Brackets (2005-2014)

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$25.00 (38%)
Steeda S197 Mustang Rear Sway Bar Relocation Brackets allow your to run 15" drag slicks or radials at the track for maximum traction

Part Number: 555 8114
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Steeda once again has taken their product to the next level. Steeda's new rear sway bar relocation bracket for S197 Mustangs are designed to move the rear bar more towards the centerline of the wheel which will allow Drag Racers to run 15 inch wheels.

Made from high strength steel and powdercoated for a long lasting finish. Comes with all locking hardware brackets. Now here is where the Steeda kit really shines. Unlike the competition which provides a button head square neck bolt that doesn't allow your sway bar bushing to sit flat and can cause binding issues. The Steeda kit comes with a counter sunk hole and bolt for zero interference and a "completed design".

Note: Some aftermarket and OEM swaybars on S197 Mustangs & GT500's may have issues clearing the lower control arm bracket while using the Steeda Mustang Rear Sway Bar Relocation Brackets.

Product Benefits
  • Allows for use of 15" rear wheels for big tires and slicks
  • Easy install in minutes
  • A must for any drag car running 15" wheels

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Fitment & Features


Manufacturer: Steeda Autosports

Installation Information:

Level of Difficulty: Easy
Install Time: About 45 Minutes
Tools Required: Basic Shop Tools

Vehicle Fitment:

Fits Model Year: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

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For $40, it's a no brainer
I wanted to use 15x10 rear wheels and slicks on my GT to gain the most traction at the drag strip. The only option was to relocate the rear sway bar to gain the needed clearance in order to use the 15" wheels. I looked at many relocation bracket options on the market and decided to go with the Steeda product, although there are less expensive options out there, the Steeda looked to be the best for the $$$. I'm not gonna lie, I was hesitant to cut my stock brackets and permintly alter the rear mounting for the sway bar, but that soon went away after installing the Steeda relocation brackets. They fit so well, and clearance for the new 15" wheels are perfect! The sway bar works just like it did before, with no issues! With the new wheels and slicks I was able to drop my ET (12.13 @114mph) Let's be real here! for $40 you can't ask for a better product...... mic drop
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Best rear sway bar relocation kit out there
These are great. I have previously used the BMR units, but these are far superior for a couple of reasons. In particular, the center bolt sits flush so that your sway bar bushings can also sit flat - just as they were designed by Ford. With a round bolt with square flange like the other companies use, the bolt head sticks up and then your bushings do not sit flat. These are worth the extra money for that reason alone, but I also found that the Steeda hardware is better as well. I like the beefier yet shorter bolts and the nuts are better quality. I also have the Steeda lower control arm relocation kit welded in to my car as well as the Steeda rear sway bar with billet end links. I had to do some grinding to allow the sway bar to clear the lower control arm relocation brackets. It took maybe an hour of mocking up, marking, grinding etc. to get it just right. That's not this kit's fault; it's simply the nature of adding mod on top of mod on top of mod where everything does not always play well together with adequate clearances. Now I can fit some 15 RaceStar rims and some sticky tires on the back and make some good quarter mile times.
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Worked Well
Be careful if you have a different rear sway-bar. I have the sway-bar that comes with the FRPP handling pack, it uses different bushings and U-Clamps, the holes didn't line up with the Steeda bracket. I decided to use the stock bushings and U-Clamp from the stock rear sway-bar. Problem Solved.
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Superior Quality!
I installed these on my 2009 GT500 so I could run a 15x10 drag wheel at the track. At first, I was cautious of relocation brackets due to some GT500 members using other brand brackets with inferior quality weak bolts. I went ahead and bought the Steeda kit, as it looked better designed than the competition. I was right, it was better designed, and fit correctly the FIRST time. The bolts were of great quality, and no fear of destroying the bolts due to over torquing them. They also will remain tight thanks to lock nuts, a big plus. Now I'm able to use 15 drag wheels, and have no added noise, harshness, or vibrations due to the relocation of the sway bar mount. This is the best kit you will ever use.
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