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Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by DMK, Jun 22, 2000.
Does anyone run without a sway bar, can you tell a difference? Thanks.
i run with mine disconceted (sp?) and yes you can tell it is real lose with it off , but i never drive mine on the hi-way only back roads to the trails if i dont put it on a trailer , i would be to scared to drive at hi-way speeds with t of but you have to make that call . hope i helped Big B.
I have all 3 of mine off on my 3 rigs. I can't really tell the difference, although my Sub with its new 12" National springs is a little "lean happy" going around long sweeping turns (like freeway on ramps). I guess it all depends on how soft your springs are (especially the fronts). If they're too soft, you'll need a swaybar. 10" Superlift springs are not soft in any way, so without a swaybar, there is no difference.
I have had mine off for about 2 years now and I cant tell the difference.
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Thanks for all the replies.
You will get a ton more flex up front. But if you remove it make sure you check that your U-bolts are tight.
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