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Sway Bar

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by TC4x4, Nov 22, 2006.

  1. TC4x4

    TC4x4 1/2 ton status

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    What Will Happen If I Take The Sway Bar Off?
    Will I Get Any More Lift, I Know That It Will Help With Articulation But Is It Good Or Bad To Take It Off, Can I Still Cdruve On The Road Every Day With Out It? Thanks Yall
     
  2. djsblaze

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    Not going to give you any lift, at all. I took mine off a few years ago and never looked back. If you have aftermarket springs, my guess is they are stiff enough to compensate for increased body roll. If you have stock springs, you might be leaning a bit in the corners...
     
  3. Chrisblazzer89

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    You can take it off. I just took mine off and I still take corners fast and I have a 4" suspention lift. So far I dont feel any diffrence in my Daly Driving.
    So I say if you have a lift under your truck TAKE IT OFF and FORGET about it.

    Or get the ORD disconnect kit
     
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  4. TC4x4

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    what advantages does it give you to take it off /
    thanks guys
     
  5. Chrisblazzer89

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    I can say it does inprove articulation.
    Thats about all I know.
     
  6. TC4x4

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    thanks guys
     
  7. AZ79K5Project

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    The axle falls off.


    J/K

    I took mine off about a month ago. I have a 4" lift. I was concerned at first because I had some increased body roll. I'm used the body roll now I am scrapping it. It's riding a little smoother overall. My springs are pretty stiff.

    The common theme is try it off and if don't like it put it back on.
     

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