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2004-08 Maxima Progress Anti-Sway Bar Review

Ever had the rush of coming into a tight bend and get yourself knocked into the door panel with the body lean of your $30k vehicle? The 2004-2008 6th generation Maximas tend to be plagued with a significant amount of body roll due to the larger size, heavier weight, and higher stance. This where a larger sway bar comes into play.

Rear sway bar for 04-05 Maxima

Cattman will have available a rear sway bar that fits BOTH 04 and 05 models. Cattman will have it available about 2-3 weeks for about $150, which includes the bar and urethane bushings. Its a "must have" for any 6th Gen Maxima. It will be the only one that I know of for both the 04 AND the 05 Maxima.

 

"Stabilizer bars are part of a car's suspension system. They are sometimes also called anti-sway bars or anti-roll bars. Their purpose in life is to try to keep the car's body from "rolling" in a sharp turn." -Howstuffworks.com

2004+ Nissan Maxima Stillen Rear Sway Bar

While it did not take long for the 2004 Nissan Maxima to impress anyone who drove it, what the car possessed in all-out quick, it lacked in smart handling. STILLEN, famous for their Nissan tuning abilities, developed a way to help keep the new, heavier Maxima glued to the road with their bolt on Sway Bar. STILLEN thickened the walls, while maintaining the original overall diameter, to create a stronger, stiffer bar better able to keep the Maxima from leaning its weight back and forth in the curves and corners.

 

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