62 Bel Air Wagon - rear suspension question
I've got a Wagon currently with Air Shocks and springs with stock arms, etc.
I noticed that CPP's and Ridetech's rear sway bar is for the stock trailing arms. Ridetech's sway bar appears to be substantial and includes the spacer to "box" the arm.
CPP also offers tubular replacement arms with Poly bushings but the sway arm isn't supported.
I'm not looking to track this car, but I live in California and I don't have to go far to find a twisty road. I'd love to keep it a comfy, but a little better cornering wouldn't hurt.
Adding the sway bar and updating the bushings on the existing arms is probably the least cost option (which is good), but I'm curious if it's better to have the sway bar or better to have the stronger tubular arms?
Also, would using rubber or poly be better for the type cruising yet firm ride I'm going for?