I was looking under my car tonight, and I noticed something that I don't know how to interpret. The front suspension has a swaybar attached to it, like I'd expected to see, but the rear suspension doesn't. There doesn't seem to be a place to attach one, either. I'd half expected to find no rear swaybar, since those aren't particularly common, but the lack of swaybar mount points seems odd considering that I can buy a rear swaybar for my car. That's not to say there is no connection between the two rear wheels; there is a hollow beam that connects the two suspension arms near the pivot points, and I suspect that this is some sort of welded-in-place swaybar. However, I've had my car realigned several times in the past year and the back end still feels "dancey" at high speed. How am I supposed to attach an aftermarket swaybar if there are no mount points?