Check with Moss again. I installed their 5/8" sway bar on my 67 B last
year with no problems. It, along with other size sway bars, was listed in
their "accessories" pages. Happy Hunting.
Stuart MacMillan wrote:
> Well, my son and I are diving into the '64. He has a goal of finishing
> it in time for the local ABFM on July 28th!
> We completed a rebuild of the front suspension yesterday, and our
> knuckles show it. We found that his sway bar is bent, and rather than
> try to straighten it we thought about getting a bigger one.
> Unfortunately, the 5/8" bar offered by Moss and VB only fits rubber
> bumper cars, and the only bar we could find is the 7/8" bar offered by
> VB. This seems like overkill if you are not racing, especially given
> the $180 price tag.
> Any one have any experience with this or know of other sources for MGB
> sway bars?
> Stuart MacMillan
> '84 Vanagon Westfalia w/2.1
> '65 MGB (Daily driver since 1969)
> '74 MGB GT (Restoring sloooowly)
> Assisting on Restoration (and spending OPM):
> '72 MGB GT (Daughter's)
> '64 MGB (Son's)
> Stripped and gone but their parts live on:
> '68 MGB, '73 MGB, '67 MGB GT