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Whiteline Adjustable Front & Rear Sway Bars w/ End Links (05-14 All)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Maximizes Tire Contact to Reduce Sways
    • For Front and Rear Placement
    • 33mm (1.29 inches) Front Sway Bar/27mm (1.063 inches) Rear Sway Bar
    • Four-Point Adjustable Design
    • Solid Spring Steel Construction with Natural Finish
    • Easy DIY Installation
    • Sold in a Kit
    • Covered by a 3-Year Warranty
    • Perfect Fit for All 2005-2014 Ford Mustang Models

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    Justin: The White line front and rear sway bars here for the 2005 to 2014 Mustang will be for the owners who wanna help eliminate the factory body roll and improve the overall handling characteristics of your S197. Now, the Whiteline options will deliver a 33 millimeter front bar along with a 27 millimeter rear bar, and will be the only pair currently available in the category to deliver four way adjustability. Your price point will hover in that mid $400 range and the install according to the site will get a soft two out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, a couple of hours or so to complete from start to finish, as we'll show you guys here in a little bit. So if you didn't know, Whiteline is a very solid company who has really made a big splash in the Mustang world over the last few years, and continue to do their thing today producing high quality suspension components for a number of different gens including the SN95, S197, and of course the newer S550s. Now, depending on your year and model Mustang, you can really be dealing with any number of stock sway bar diameters for the S197 in particular, but for reference's sake, guys, the stock '11 to '14 GTs came equipped with a 34 millimeter stock front bar and a 24 millimeter rear bar while earlier S197s and D6 cars had a different and smaller front and rear bar entirely. So with that in mind, Whiteline decided to land on a 33 millimeter front bar, 27 millimeter rear bar, and again, both solid, both are four way adjustable. Now, that's gonna be crucial here, guys, because that rear diameter is pretty big on the surface really upping that rear bar diameter over the factory option, while reducing the size of the front will certainly introduce a bit of oversteering tendencies. But that's where the adjustments will be critical to help you dial in the feel or the balance of your car. But when installed and more importantly set up properly, these bars here from Whiteline will help you drastically reduce your body roll by increasing what is called torsional resistance. Now, I've always said in my opinion guys, these cars feel a bit under barred from the factory, which in turn can lead to the cars kind of pushing or plowing through a turn, basically understeer, right? However, by increasing that rear diameter here and using the fine tuning, easily achieve a neutral balance or even a bit of oversteer which will certainly help the car rotate through those turns a little bit better than before. Now, again, these bars will be constructed from a solid spring steel material and finished in the Whiteline trademark grade powder coat. Whiteline does also kick in some really nice extras here, like your high quality end links and sway bar mounts, in addition to all of your hardware and bushings needed to complete the install. They're also giving you some lateral locks to prevent the bar from sliding or shifting under intense lateral loads, which doesn't happen often, but is certainly possible. But now that you know a little bit more about the bars themselves, Whiteline, all that good stuff, what do you say we walk you through the process of getting these things bolted up to your S197. So without further ado, here's my buddy to walk you through the job in addition to showing you a quick little tool breakdown. Man: Tools used for this installation, 19 millimeter wrench, 17 millimeter wrench, deep sockets ranging from 14 all the way up to 19 millimeter, extension, 3/8-inch drive, trim panel removal tool, optional is an air ratchet, an, electric impact, also a half-inch air impact, and the lug sockets of course. All right, to get started I'm gonna be removing both of our wheels and tires in the back here. You don't have to do this, but to show you guys a little bit easier I'm gonna be removing these. All right, so I have the vehicle up on the lift, I have the rear end supported with these jack stands here, you can accomplish the same thing on the ground just by using jack and jack stands. We have the luck of having a lift, but what we're gonna do now is take a 15 millimeter socket and get the stock sway bar out of here. All right, now, this should just swing down a little bit. And now, we're going to take our 15 millimeter socket again, remove these brackets. Now, I have my pole deck here to kind of help me hold that while I get the other side. So what we're gonna do now is bring our new sway bar into place. We have to put our brackets up and onto our actual tube itself. So this big U bolt is gonna go around the tube and then the mount is gonna go just like this. And then this is where the bushing is gonna sit for your sway bar. So we're gonna put that just like that, I'm gonna put the nut on the backside to try to keep it all locked in place. That way I can have that open and try to slide that sway bar in and I have that on both sides. All right, now I have my buddy, Adam over here helping me, giving me an extra hand. We're gonna slide this sway bar up and into place, and he's gonna start that hardware for me. We're gonna bring this one up as well. All right, now that we have our brackets in place, I've already tightened down this one and do the same on this. It's a 14 mil for these nuts. Do that on both sides. Now, we're gonna lift this into place here. Make sure it's on track with where it needs to be, it looks like it needs to come to the passenger side a little bit, so we should be able to work it. Now, we're gonna bring our end link up, there is a large metal space we're gonna put in between to make up that space in this body mount here. We're gonna bolt through, do this on both sides and tighten it up. And then we're gonna get a piece of hardware here and attach our sway bar. All right, these are 19 millimeter bolts and nuts, tighten these up now. All right, now, we're gonna be attaching the hardware to our end link here. Let's bring this up into place there. You'll notice that there are four holes in the end of this sway bar That is for the different stiffness that this bar can accommodate. So we're just gonna put it on the very last hole. I'm gonna put a washer at the end of that with that nyloc nut. I'm gonna repeat that on the other side as well. And let's tighten this down. We're gonna use a 17 millimeter wrench for the head of this bolt and a 17 millimeter socket for the backside nut. All right, next we're gonna move on to the front. Get these front wheels and tires out of here. All right, I have an 18 millimeter deep socket, I'm gonna attempt to get this sway bar end link out of the strut assembly here. Now, I'm gonna try to put a little backwards pressure with my hand, just trying to make sure that this does not spin and that came right out. So we'll separate that, we'll get the other side disconnected as well and we'll get the vehicle up in the air and get the sway bar out of here. All right, underneath the Mustang just forward of the oil filter here you'll see the brackets that attach the sway bar. I have a deep 15 millimeter socket on my air ratchet. I'm gonna break these free first and then I will loosen it up with the air. All right, let me get the other side. Make sure this doesn't fall on my head. Leave that on by a couple threads. Get this guy off on this side. Now, I'm gonna carefully remove this, set it off to the side. I'm gonna pull straight back with it and then angle it forward to get my stock end links out of here. All right, now, we're gonna bring the new sway bar into place. This is a little heavier than the factory one, so I have my jack, my pull jack here. I'm just gonna crank it up here, put it into this place where it needs to be. Now, I did reuse these factory brackets for our bushings on the end of our sway bar. Let me get this close to where it needs to be. Get it off the oil pan there, start a couple of my nuts. We're just gonna tighten it down a little bit, top and bottom evenly, as even as we can. Let me get rid of our pull jack here. All right, so we have our new end link right here. I put the two washers on the back side of it. We're gonna slip this into place, so you can see it's still loose. We're gonna get that final lockdown when it is installed. Pull that through I'm gonna put another washer on that backside, hold up by my 17 millimeter nut. Same thing with the bottom. Washer right there, followed by that 17 millimeter nut. Now, I'm gonna attempt to tighten this up without using an Allen key to hold it. See if we're successful. It looks like we are, let's tighten up the bottom. My impact won't fit, so let me get my air ratchet. Now, we can install the other side and get this locked down. All right, that's gonna wrap up my install of the Whiteline adjustable front and rear sway bars for this Mustang. And for all things Mustang, keep it here at

    Guarantees Superior Balance. Whiteline’s Adjustable Front & Rear Sway Bar kit is an all-in-one solution if you want to improve your Ford Mustang’s driving performance. This sway bar set is designed to maximize the tire’s contact on the road, thus reducing the lean whenever you’re taking sharp turns. In addition, this sway bar assembly reduces the body roll to help you achieve the perfect balance and tuning for your ride.

    Front and Rear 4-Point Adjustability. These sway bars come in a complete, 4-point adjustable design. This build allows for better grip, better handling, and better overall performance that you will definitely feel while cruising on your Ford Mustang.

    High-Grade Construction Fit for a Fast Ride. These Adjustable Front & Rear Sway Bars from Whiteline are manufactured from a solid spring material that’s a lot stronger and more reliable than most sway bars in the market today. This solid construction is guaranteed to last for years of extreme on-the-road abuse.

    Easy Bolt-On Installation. Whiteline’s sway bars are designed for direct bolt-on installations. You can use your Mustang’s stock mounting points without any necessary modifications, thus making installation an easy and simple task. Even better, all hardware fitment and mounting brackets are already included in the kit.

    Three-Year Warranty Coverage. Whiteline back its Adjustable Front & Rear Sway Bars with a limited, 3-year warranty. This warranty will cover any manufacturer defects on both material and workmanship and applies only to the original retail purchaser. For exclusions and limitations, please read the manufacturer’s full warranty disclosure.

    Application. You can install Whiteline’s Adjustable Front & Rear Sway Bars on all Ford Mustang models released between 2005-2014.

    Fitment: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details

    MPN# BFK005

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    What's in the Box
    • (1) 33mm (1.29 inches) Front Sway Bar
    • (1) 27mm (1.063 inches) Rear Sway Bar
    • (1) Front Sway Bar End Link
    • (1) Rear Sway Bar End Link
    • (1) Front Lateral Lock
    • Mounting Hardware
    Installation Info

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        Questions & Answers (9)

        5 Top Rated Questions

        If I wanted the most performance from these bars, which holes would i attach the end links too?? The furthest outside or the most inner?

        • That entirely depends on if your Mustang is lowered and what kind of application you are looking to do. The adjustment is offered not because one adjustment is worse than the next in every situation, but the answer changes depending on many different variables.

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        Does this fit for convertibles

        • This will fit convertible models.

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        Is this good for convertible and does it have instructions so that way I can adjust it

        what are the 4 points of adjustability? and what's the difference between these compared to the sr performance sway kit that makes this one more expensive?

        • The four adjustment points can be found on the sway bars themselves. There are four holes on the end of each bar for adjustments.

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        will this work with my 2014 mustang v6? and also does upgrading the suspension in terms of eliminating body roll affect winter driving negatively?

        • This will work on a 2014 Mustang V6 and will help reduce body roll.

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        4 More Questions
        Does this (front and rear kit) work with a lowered 1.5" car? 1 answer
        Will installing this kit lower my mustang? 1 answer
        2014 GT Track Pack - What sway bars did ford use in this car? and will there be a noticeable difference with Whiteline? 0 answer
        Can you please provide the individual part numbers for the sway bars? Is the rear "Item 54101 MPN# BFR65Z"? 1 answer

          Customer Reviews (6) Write a Review

          Overall Rating 4.7

          out of 5 stars

          Installation Time:Afternoon

          • Handling Improvement 4.833333 4.8
          • Fit 4.666667 4.7
          • Bang For Your Buck 4.833333 4.8

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            June 02, 2019

            Great love mine

            Much beefier set up the fit is perfect hardware is a little cheap but all around perfect strongly recommended


            Year: 2014 Submodel: GT500

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            May 29, 2019

            A lot of hardware for the money

            Besides the adjustable bars, the endlinks are well made. A good value for upgrade for those looking to tweak handling.


            Year: 2012 Submodel: GT

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          • 5/5

            May 03, 2019

            noticeable improvement

            all went well on install, would like to see rear axle mounts done in a stronger set up, have a feeling they could move with that single U-bolt style set up, consider tac weld BKT's


            Year: 2008 Submodel: GT

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            April 21, 2019

            Good buy solid design

            Works great love adjustment. Great for auto cross. Loosen up front to make tail happy


            Year: 2006 Submodel: GT

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          • 3/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            January 31, 2019

            Good handling cheap hardware

            Good swag bars improved handling but the hardware it comes with are cheap. U-bolts for the rear sway bar stripped after retorquing


            Year: 2014 Submodel: GT

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            December 30, 2018

            Huge improvement in cornering

            I baught this as a replacement for all my old swaybar equipment and to stop an aggressive wheel shake i was having while cornering. The kit includes everything you need for the install for a straight bolt on job. Its been two weeks since i installed everything and the handling has improved alot on my car i can corner with ease and not have any steering shake like i was before on the stock swaybars and links. Overall great purchase for me.


            Year: 2011 Submodel: V6

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