With the new control arms, braces, and coilovers in place, it was time to install DSE's 1.125-inch tubular rear sway bar. Unlike many factory bars that attach to the lower control arms, the DSE piece bolts to the frame. This keeps more vertical load on the inside wheel during cornering for enhanced grip. Since the preliminary ride height had already been set, Jarvis mocked the sway bar into position to help determine where the frame would have to be drilled for the endlink mounts. The bar was affixed to the rearend using supplied U-bolts torqued to 60 lb-ft.