arving corners and
taking twisties aren't the first thoughts that come to mind when thinking about
most early truck handling characteristics, but that doesn't have to be the
case. Let’s face it, every Classic truck owner wants the maximum enjoyment
level and driving performance out of their vehicle. We go to great lengths to
update our suspension and braking systems, but sometimes overlook the obvious
smaller details than can really make a big difference.
One of the
easiest and least expensive handling upgrades is a front sway bar kit, and Early
Classic Enterprises offers a stout design for 1963-’72 Chevy and GMC trucks.
Designed to help eliminate the side to side body roll, their kit is a simple
bolt on affair, with only a drill and simple hand tools required for
instructions, the sway bar mounting holes are located and marked on the frame in
relation to the front crossmember rivet. Once the front hole is drilled, the
brackets can be installed to locate the rear mounting hole
Follow along as we show you how easy this upgrade is done on a 1966 C-10