Unboxing and Installing CPP’s New Sway Bar for 1955, 1956, and 1957 Chevys: 5557HCSBK-125
When it comes to bringing your Tri-Five into the modern age of performance and handling, a quality sway bar is not to be forgotten. There are plenty of standard, stock-style sway bars on the market, so CPP decided to take it up a notch with their High Clearance Front Sway Bar.
In the video, CPP R&D Lead Jason Scudellari shows what’s in the box, goes over some features of the new design, then walks through the steps to install the High Clearance Front Sway Bar on a Tri-Five Chevy.
What is so good about CPP’s High Clearance Front Sway Bar?
CPP’s new High Clearance sway bar features a precision laser cut 3/8” leg that fits tight to the chassis allowing for significantly larger front tires. It uses rod ends and eliminate the fixed position end link bushings often found on a traditional front sway bar that which also limits the tire size. The bar is hollow to reduce weight while the working portion of the bar is shorter to increase roll resistance.