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Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by rescuekrawler, Nov 11, 2004.
Can anyone tell me the best way to make or can I by swaybar disconnects.
Just take it off...If you aren't sure about that then I would recommend taking it off for a week and see how you like it, most people never look back. If you decide you have to have disconnects, ORD sells them.
i agree, when i bought mine, it had front (sways)and the previous owner had installed a rear swaybar, trying to avoid the body rolls and after i put on a 4 inch lift - pulling the 14 year old worn out factory springs - the blazer has so little noticable sway - even though it was a higher, a lifted vehicle - it had less sway- it feels better than it did before i started the project ...
ps. i noticed when i am drinking i just put the "-'s" and the ",s" where ever i want ...........
I noticed zero difference when i removed mine for good. Just ditch it, you dont need it.
i notice when mine is disconnected. if you drive like a grandma then it would be fine, but take a hard corner and i can sure feel it. it also depends on how soft your springs are. another thing to consider is wheel width and tire size. with my 33" BFG a/t on 8" rims i can feel the tires roll over in corners. with my 33" tsl on 10" rims i notice less body roll in a corner, even tho they are bias.
so i think if you have fairly wide wheels you'd miss the swaybar less.
Cut it out like the flex cancer it is
When I took mine out, it was the best flex improving mod I had done
I drive like anything but a grandma. With bias ply TSL's that measure 36x10.5 mounted on 5.5" wide rims, the tires roll over and the body leans no matter what. I felt zero difference when i removed mine.
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