Hellwig Debuts Front and Rear Sway Bars for 2021+ Dodge Ram TRX

New front and rear sway bars offer improved stability and comfort for the popular Ram TRX pickup

Visalia, Calif. (April 13, 2023) – Hellwig Suspension Products, an industry-leading manufacturer of towing, hauling and performance suspension products, has debuted a new front and rear sway bar options for the versatile RAM TRX pickup that improves stability and comfort for daily driving and while under load– without sacrificing the maneuverability desired by off-road adventurers.

Both sway bars are made from solid heat-treated chromoly steel construction and offer increased stiffness over factory sway bars, resulting in better handling, comfort and safety for everyday driving and towing/hauling applications. The simple installation of a sway bar can drastically improve handling by reducing a vehicle’s tendency to pitch from side to side during cornering, thus improving stability and providing a smoother ride. The rear sway bar is designed with duality in mind; offering the stability desired for a daily driver, while still allowing off-road enthusiasts the ability to maneuver the road less traveled.  The Hellwig Products sway bars also help drivers make the most of the capable factory suspension system by stabilizing the vehicle and alleviating body roll at speed.

The rear sway bar (Part #7794) is a solid 7/8-inch diameter bar and features three options for adjustability and includes adjustable HD end links, while the front sway bar (Part #7795) is a solid 1-3/8-inch diameter bar that reuses factory end links. Both are crafted from 4140 chromoly steel and feature a signature powder-coated finish. Each sway bar kit includes all hardware needed for installation and can be easily installed in the driveway at home with basic hand tools.

Hellwig Products sway bars are made in the USA and are covered by a limited lifetime warranty on all steel parts.


  1. Will the 7794 fit a 2023 ram trx the 7883 don’t fit the 2023? But does the 2021?and is the 7794 available?