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|Bill Gravitt||I'm looking for sway bars for MF 255. I've looked on the net but I'm not real sure what exactly I'm looking for. Thanks
|Len Rugen||Well, my son just lost a pivot bolt on the sway bar under the axle of our 255. The current MF parts books don't show the sway bar! The dealer thought it must have been an add-on, but mine sure looks factory. I just have one on the right, I don't think you would need one on each side.
http://www.mytscstore.com/default.asp claims to have an adjustable sway bar that sounds like it would work if you have the brackets. The picture doesn't match the description....
|Len Rugen||Well, SSB has a better looking product, and they DO support this fourm. See http://www.ssbtractor.com/page36.html all the way to the bottom.