Ok, so the PO of my 99 2500 burb put on aftermarket sway bars, front and rear. He towed a 3000lb boat, and somehow thought that the rear of this truck wasn't stiff enough..... The front swaybar is now something he ordered from ORU back in 1997. Part number 19327. Rear swaybar is a helwig unit, part number Hel 7608. I don't plan to tow anythign super heavy with this truck, and don't think i like the handling with the swaybars. Remember, this truck didn't come from the factory with a rear bar as far as i know. Currently, all body roll comes from teh 33 bfg At's that are on there. I had a 94 full size blazer, and am used to the handling from that. The suburban doesn't body roll much, but it makes me nervous because i dont' know when i am approaching its cornering limits. Plus it doesnt' flex for $hit, and would like to at least play around in the dirt, and not be beat up going into driveways Would it be a bad idea to remove the rear bar, and see how it drives with a non-stock front bar? If i wanted to try out a stock front bar, is the burb bar the same as a 3/4 ton truck? Anyone have an old one laying around? What would you guys do in my situation? Thanks!