6. With the links positioned properly the mounting brackets for the bar were positioned. Measurements were taken to ensure both sides were equidistant from the end of the framerails.

7. The mounting brackets were centered on the bottom flange of the framerails.

8. With the assembly held up against the frame with a jack, a transfer punch was used to locate the holes for the mounting brackets.

9. The bar assembly was removed then mounting holes for the brackets were drilled in the bottom flanges of the framerails.

10. As the 'rails were made from heavy-wall tubing the holes could be threaded.

11. After the mounting brackets are put in place the bushings were installed. Note the mounting screws have not been completely tightened.

12. A set collar on each side keeps the bushing in place and locates the bar side to side.

13. To ensure the bar was centered, its protrusion was measured on each side. Adjustments are made by moving the set collars in or out, as required.

14. Super stout arms have splined holes to attach to the bar on one end and adjustable links on the other to connect to the lower control arm.

15. The Chevelle antiroll bar and arms fit the chassis perfectly. Note the pinch bolt in the splined end of the arm that secures it to the shaft.

16. In the rear an antiroll bar assembly from Total Cost Involved was used as it was the ideal width.

17. The entire assembly was set in place to determine where the bar would be mounted.

18. The Total Cost Involved bar fits inside a tube that runs the width of the truck. Bushings and thrust washers are used at each end of the tube.

19. Measuring forward the length of arm from the axle attachment point gave Jason the position of the bar.

20. A hole saw was used to make the openings in the framerails for the installation of the mounting tube.

21. To prepare for welding the area around the holes were cleaned up with a 36-grit grinding disc.

22. The mounting tube was put in place then measured to ensure it was centered.

23. Satisfied with its position the mounting bar was welded to the frame.

24. Total Cost Involved supplies these special four-bar bolts that have a stud to accept the link from the antiroll bar.

25. Bushings in the tube prevent metal-to-metal contact when the bar is installed.

26. The supplied arm is splined to fit the bar, its retained with a pinch bolt.

27. With the arms and connector links in place installation of the rear bar is complete.

SOURCE
Detroit Speed
185 McKenzie Rd
Mooresville
NC  28115
704-662-3272
http://www.detroitspeed.com
Total Cost Involved
1416 W. Brooks Street
Ontario
CA  91762
800-984-6259
http://www.totalcostinvolved.com
Fatman Fabrications
8621-C Fairview Road, Highway 218
Charlotte
NC  28227
704-545-0369
http://www.fatmanfab.com