Best Sway Bar Bushings: Improve Your Vehicle’s Handling
These top sway bar bushings will make your ride smoother
These bushings fit 1984-1997 American vehicles. The inner sleeve is phosphate coated for corrosion protection, and all parts meet or exceed OEM standards.
The split design fosters easy installation, and they produce like-new steering and handling. These solid, stiff bushings eliminate the clunk in the front end and fix some vibrations.
These bushings may be too small for certain makes and models. They may require a bit of elbow grease to install, and they are also blue, which may not be appealing to everyone.
These bushings are engineered to promote long-lasting dependability. Like the top pick, they feature an inner sleeve that is phosphate coated for corrosion protection.
These bushings are a great upgrade to your old, worn-out OEM original rubber bushings. They are easy to install, require only two bolts to hold each one, and they're very inexpensive.
You need to measure your sway bar with calipers before purchasing them to make sure they fit. Also, you may need to buy new clamps so they fit better.
These red bushings are precisely fabricated to ensure a perfect fit. They are made of premium-grade polyurethane components to provide the necessary rigidity for your ride.
The bushings are good quality, easy to install and make your ride a lot smoother. They hold their shape due to their dense material, and they make your ride look unique.
These bushings are significantly pricier than our top and best value picks. They are also red, which can be a turnoff for some, particularly if you prefer black.