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CPT - Crawler Proven Technology Sway Bar Kit for Scout II Rear Suspension

CPT - Crawler Proven Technology Sway Bar Kit for Scout II Rear Suspension
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  Add Pillow Blocks and Lock Collars for $146.95
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Part #: CPT-SWAYBAR-KIT
Price: $484.95
Shipping Weight: 10.00 pounds
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Description
This CPT - Crawler Proven Technology sway bar kit comes complete with all required hardware.

Designed to work in the rear of your Scout II after performing a spring-over-axle lift or can be used for stock spring under suspension set-ups.

May work in other applications such as IH Pickup or Travelall.

When used in Scout II rear applications modifications to the exhaust tailpipes may be required.

Welding required.

NOTE - Depending on available inventory sway bar arms will sometimes ship in black.

Check box if you would like to switch to pillow block mounts with lock collars for mounting underneath the frame.


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