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PostSubject: Rear sway bar bracket for wagons   Rear sway bar bracket for wagons Icon_minitimeSat Jan 23, 2021 12:30 pm

Does anyone know anything about part #10280926 which appears to do the same thing as the discontinued 1019120 bracket to mount a rear sway bar to stock lower trailing arms?

Here is a link to ebay for them, although GMpartsdirect has them at 1/2 of retail and under $10 each.

ebay for bracket 10280926

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PostSubject: Re: Rear sway bar bracket for wagons   Rear sway bar bracket for wagons Icon_minitimeSat Jan 23, 2021 6:23 pm

That is the correct part.
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PostSubject: Re: Rear sway bar bracket for wagons   Rear sway bar bracket for wagons Icon_minitimeMon Jan 25, 2021 2:49 pm

Well, so much for that theory, these are definitely not the rear bar adapter bracket but my be part of a reinforcing kit I saw mentioned a couple of places.  

Rear sway bar bracket for wagons Bracke10

Looks like I need to go the steel supplier to get some bar stock to make a couple.

Anybody got a pic of where, for and aft, the bar mount sits on the control arm?
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PostSubject: Re: Rear sway bar bracket for wagons   Rear sway bar bracket for wagons Icon_minitimeTue Jan 26, 2021 10:21 am

The brackets are the same as the sedan brackets, and are installed in the same position. The brackets you got are one type of installation bracket to give you a surface to mount the anti roll bar on. You need 2 of them for each side. The other type is a channel that fits between the sides of the arm, and cross bolt into the arms. There are still 2 vertical bolts on each side that actually hold the anti roll bar to the arm.
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