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Morris 1300 Sway bar replacement
Why would my Morris 1300 sway bar need to be replaced?
Your Morris 1300's suspension system is comprised of many components, one of which is the sway bar.
Also known as an anti-roll bar, the sway bar connects both sides of your Morris 1300’s suspension together to control the amount of body roll present when cornering.
Sway bars may be fitted to the front and rear of your Morris 1300, although some smaller Morris 1300’s only had a front sway bar fitted.
Working in conjunction with your Morris 1300’s springs and shock absorbers, the sway bar provides stable and predictable handling through both low and high-speed corners.
The sway bar is connected to the body of your Morris 1300 with rubber bushes, and joins either directly to the shock absorber or to the control arms via sway bar end links, which are fitted with ball joints at both ends to allow for movement - these components are more common to wear out over time, but in rare cases, the sway bar itself will need to be replaced to return your Morris 1300’s handling back to factory specification.
So if you feel your Morris 1300’s handling has degraded or you can feel excess body roll when cornering, book an inspection or replacement through AutoGuru, and get your Morris 1300 feeling good as new in no time!