>I have purchased an ADDCO sway bar for my 1960 TR3A. The bar is
>supposed to attach to the front bumper support. How do you attach
>the bar to the supports?
> James Fowler
> 60 TR3A
Included with my ADDCO sway bar was a small box of hardware with some
mounting brackets. You're supposed to put the bushings and brackets
on the bar, then you attach the bar to the lower A-arms, then you
bring the brackets up to the bumper supports. Finally, you drill
holes in the bumper supports and bolt the brackets on.
If you're missing the brackets, you might be able to purchase those
direct from ADDCO. Of course, if it's from a vendor who advertised
it as "for TR3A", then they ought to ship you the kit right quick!
I'm going to have to do some adaptation, as I don't have the front
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Dan Buettner - Des Moines, Iowa - mailto:email@example.com
1957 TR3, TS15098L, now with an O! Undergoing frame-off restoration
begun 9/99. Currently awaiting warm weather and funds.
1977 Spitfire, FM64159U, with an O. In need of a comprehensive
restoration (again); will probably become a Spit6 or a Spit8.
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