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Hellwig Rear Sway Bar

Discussion in 'General Parts for Sale' started by longbedder, Oct 2, 2006.

  1. longbedder

    longbedder 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    Brand New, Never Installed. Includes all original hardware and instructions. Hellwig Part Number 7437 - the application guide says 1/2-3/4 ton 73-83 C/K-10/20.

    It's the right width for a 73-87 frame. The U-bolts fit over my 14BFF axle tubes. My guess is it would fit a Blazer/Burb if you drilled the frame in the correct spot, but I don't know this for sure.

    $100 plus the ride from 93555.
     
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    Pics, I might be interested
     
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    longbedder 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    I'll snap some pics over lunch today and post 'em up.

    Also, it IS listed in the app. guide for 73-85 Burbs. I missed this earlier.

    The picture below is accurate and from Summit's website until I get actual ones. THe bar is 4140 Chromoly.

    hel-7437_w.jpg
     
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    longbedder 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    ...and here are the pics of the one I have. This thing apparently retails for around $200. I picked it up in a group-parts deal.

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    longbedder 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    I called Hellwig yesterday:

    The 7437 kit, which I am selling covers a wierd assortment of models/years. The 7549 covers the other years of the same pickup trucks. According to the tech at Hellwig, the only difference is that the 7437 has the large bow in the bar to go over the diff - thus it mounts in front of the diff and straddles the pinion. The 7549 is straighter, and mounts behind the diff. He said this was done to accomodate the change in axles between the years - didn't make sense to me, but he said that's the only difference.

    Link to the application guide:
    http://www.hellwigproducts.com/docs/SwayBars.pdf
     

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