The 75 chassis in your pic is designed to be flexible. It has leaf springs. We used to fit tow bars to them in mines even though they would never tow a trailer, as the outside C sections of the chassis would crack at the very back, as the chassis would twist so much when the vehicle was crossed...
I think once you take the sway bar off, you wont worry about putting it back on.
Otherwise, it depends how much longer your new shocks are. You just need to lift the front of the car up, so the front axle is at full drop and check that the sway bar clears the front tail shaft.
I bent up a new center bar and trimmed the bumper. I used 3/8 (10mm) flat bar for spacers.
Heres another good link.
Used to work on a large fleet of road trains that had a mix of Hella 4000s and lightforce 240s. They are about the same price. I ditched my lightfarce 240s with a car I sold, and bought Hella 4000s. Better light, and they were more reliable on the trucks as well.
Lightforce might be builet...
Well, its been a little longer than I planned, but I finally did it.
With just a little trimming to clear the gearbox and brake, and some 3/8 (10mm) spacers, the mighty 8274 has a new home.
It clears the grill nicely.
I was going to just leave it out, but I bent up a new middle pipe - I...