One of the downfalls to coilover shocks is the massive amount of sway that they can allow. We solved our swaying dilemmas with a Speedway Engineering antisway bar. They use a splined-shaft design with two arms on each end and rod ends to attach to the suspension arms or axle. Van Gaale chose to weld the mounts into place on the frame instead of bolting for fitment reasons. Speedway Engineering has a few different shaft sizes to choose from, depending on how much force is delivered in a vehicle's leaning turn. We chose to run the biggest they had--a 1 1/4-inch-diameter bar.