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Line-X of San Antonio
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i acquired a rear swaybar the other day. what would be the advantages, and disadvantages of installing it. before yall tell me flex, realize my truck is 99% on-road.
 

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boat ramps don't count for 1% off-road :anitoof:

I cant think of any on road disadvantges.
 

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Your truck will corner much better, it shouldn't affect the ride at all. Off road you will have less articulation.
 

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Line-X of San Antonio
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this is what i thought. the only time my truck leaves the pavement for the most part is in the sand... who needs articulation there.
 

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Line-X of San Antonio
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tx marine said:
you could always fab it up with disconnects, then articulation wouldnt be a problem when you want it. :imo
that wouldnt be hard. i think im gonna throw it on :rocking:

mall crawler:head:
 

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I will NOT cowboy up!
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my lade came with a rear sway from the factory but i haven't gotten around to attaching it after the lift yet. :anitoof:
 

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Kyle
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Josh said:
mall crawler:head:
yuh lets go pimp some skizzanks at da mall, mah sts's own that mall dirt
 

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I know for a fact on lifted Cherokee's a rear sway bar makes little to no difference on road, but definitely hurts off road.
 
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