On some applications Global West doesn’t run a rear sway bar, but due to the wagon’s long rear overhang and high center of gravity, they thought it would help control any excessive roll. The coilover bracket acts as a mounting point for the 0.75-inch rear sway bar while the endlinks are attached to small brackets welded to the frame. When finding the proper location for these brackets the suspension needed to be under load and close to the desired ride height. At that point we simply made sure they were perpendicular to the ground. With that done we only had to bleed the huge Wilwood binders and toss in a “performance street” alignment.