Hotchkis gives 1966-70 B-Body and 1970-74 E-Body Mopar
owners an easy way to upgrade stock suspension with
a high-performance front sway bar
- Designed for cars without lower control arm sway bar mount
- CNC bent bracket allows attachment of a high-performance sport sway bar
- Dramatically decreases body roll, improves overall handling and driver control
- Engineered, tested and made in the USA with domestic high-strength steel
This CAD designed, CNC-bent high-strength steel bracket is the fastest, easiest way to add a high-performance front sway bar to a 1966-74 Mopar B or E Body that didn’t come with one from the factory. Each Hotchkis Control Arm Bracket is available separately and allows installation of a stock Mopar front sway or the recommended upgrade to the far more rigid Hotchkis bars. Either way, this is one simple upgrade that opens a new world of handling options for those that Mopar overlooked.
The early control arm bracket design covers all B-Bodies including 1966-69 Dodge Charger and 1966-69 Satellite, Roadrunner, GTX, Super Bee and Coronet. The late control arm bracket works on the 1970 Super Bee, Charger, Coronet, Satellite, GTX and Road Runner, as well as 1970-74 Challenger and Barracuda.
To preview the entire line of Hotchkis Sport Suspension parts and components, please visit www.Hotchkis.net, firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact Hotchkis Performance, 12035 Burke Street Suite 13, Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670, 888-735-6430.
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