I bought a 84 fiero front swaybar used from a salvage yard 35.00 used Energy suspension Frame bushings/brackets 9.00 ES sway bar endlink bushings kit 10.00 and 3 dollars worth of grade 8 bolts and 2 cut spacers off a old swaybar. Flipped it and put it under the rear. drilled the lower arms and cradle . So for under 60 bucks you have a rear set up . Cannot believe how much it tightened up the car. Uploaded with ImageShack.com
Thanks, it tied the suspension together really good too. Only have to worry about over performing the tires now. getting ready to replace all the front bushings i noticed my steering Stabilizer/dampener is blown (gotta replace that now) im also guessing that when taking off the front end rise (reminds me of my dragcar 90/10 frt shocks) that the front shocks also need attention. all in due time
If you do this mod, you may have to use a drill on the lower control arm for mounting. I you do, put some kind of stopping device on the drill bit. There is not a lot of clearance from the top of the lower control arm to the rear axle CV boot. I did the mod on my '87 and thought I was good enough to not drill too far. I was wrong and punctured a hole in the boot. Had to take a whole bunch of stuff apart that I hadn't planned on to fix my screw up. It is a good mod and one of the cheapest. Try the $100 brake booster mod next. It's awesome.