'87-'88 B2 sway bar


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Can anyone confirm that an '87-'88 B2 2wd will have the 1" rear sway bar? I found in a local pick n pull a 2wd B2 built 8/87. I didn't have a set of calipers to confirm the size with me today unfortunately. I feel the 1" rear bar will be a good match for the 1 3/16" STX High Rider bar I already have for my GT Ranger.
 


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I can't confirm that it will have the 1" sway bar, but I can confirm the STX 1-3/16" bar and 1" BII bar work well together.
 

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I couldn't find a 1" b2 bar so I took a ~1" bar from a mid 90's f150 and bent the arms in. It's in my race truck with a STX big front bar.
 

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Well I went back to the yard and pulled the swaybar today. I can confirm '88 2wd B2s have the 1" swaybar! Im going back next weekend to pull the m5od from it also because my '91 4.0 STX is in need of a trans..
 

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