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sway bar

n.
A metal bar connecting the left and right suspension systems at the front or rear of an automobile or a truck, used to stabilize the chassis against sway. Also called anti-roll bar, anti-sway bar, stabilizer bar.
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sway bar

n (US Aut) → Stabilisator m
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The truck's suspension has also been modified with lower springs and unique front sway bar.
A larger front sway bar is employed to retain crisp steering and refined road manners.
The CUV082 and CUV102D boast a four-wheel independent suspension system with a front sway bar to provide stability at full load.
To improve traction and handling, the GTO was fitted with stiffer springs, larger-diameter front sway bar, and wider wheels.
European models come as standard with a Performance Pack that gives you re-tuned springs, a thicker rear sway bar, special tuning for the ABS, electric power steering and the stability control, as well as up-rated brakes.
THERE'S an air of the schoolroom about central London's Sway Bar on Wednesday night.
He took it to some mechanics, who looked underneath and found it to be the rear sway bar.
The Rubicon-package Wrangler Unlimited is full of drop-forged orneriness, starting with a couple of bigger-badder Dana 44 axles with electronic locking differentials; a two-speed transfer case with extra tall gearing; and electronic front sway bar disconnect, the latter of which will give you a little more wheel articulation.
Wear and tear loosens the bolts on the rear fender bracket, sway bar and platform.
You could have a sway bar made out of plastic and a leaf spring made out of a carbon fiber material," says Werner Kosak, who heads ZF's global chassis development group.
This system features a revised sway bar, springs, shocks and bushings for improved cornering and increased traction.
Steel plates reinforced the reach at wear points, such as at the king and reach bolts and the surfaces that rub on the sway bar as the front gear is steered.