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Fits: 86-96 Buick Riviera / Wildcat

PART# 419

Position: Rear
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Fits: 71-76 Buick Full Size (RWD- Except Station Wagon), 71-76 Buick Full Size (Station Wagon Only), 71-76 Pontiac Full Size (RWD - Except Station Wagon;71- ...

PART# 882

Position: Front
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Fits: 77-96 Caprice, Caprice Classic , 77-96 GM B-Body , 77-96 Impala, 94-96 Impala SS

PART# 5720

Position: Front
Price: $273.21
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Fits: 73-77 GM Century (Pro-Touring Rear Sway Bar) *Solid rear sway bar may require drilling, Non-Adjustable, 73-77 GM Cutlass (Pro-Touring Rear Sway Bar) * ...

PART# 5803

Position: Rear
Price: $245.86
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Fits: 77-96 Caprice, Caprice Classic , 77-96 GM B-Body , 77-96 Impala, 94-96 Impala SS

PART# 55720

Position: Front
Price: $258.50
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At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Buick Riviera sway bars to ensure that you have every anti-sway bar option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Buick Riviera sway bars, so that whether you are looking for a front Buick Riviera sway bar or a rear sway bar or both, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Buick Riviera anti-sway bar needs!


If improving performance is on your to-do list, installing a set of aftermarket sway bars should definitely be in your top five of must-haves. Unless your ride is built mostly for drag racing, in which case many don't run a front sway bar for weight transfer reasons, your performance will benefit and you'll feel like you're riding on rails after installing a set of sway bars.
Sway bars are actually torsion springs, and can indeed have an effect on your suspension's spring rate during cornering and on rough roads. Adding aftermarket sway bars, also popularly known as "anti-roll bars," is a great way to improve the overall handling of your ride. These sway bars are generally thicker than the original sway bars, and are therefore stiffer. The result is less side-to-side lean in turns and less understeer, which means that your vehicle will handle better under most conditions.
Q: Are sway bars available for the front and rear of each vehicle?
A: One sway bar is used to tie the front suspension together, and one is used to tie the rear suspension together, so for maximum suspension upgrade, you could buy a front and rear sway bar. When available, they are often sold in complete sets that include the front and the rear.

Q: How do you install a sway bar?
A: Sway bars are installed by removing your factory end links and sway bar. Re-install the new bushings and position your new sway bar on the vehicle in the OEM location and secure it with the same bolts.

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