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post #1 of 3 Old 06-21-2016, 10:04 PM Thread Starter
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Removed rear sway bar!

And it really softened up the ride and made it more predictable. There is a noticeable amount of body roll, but its so much better overall. After doing an aal, the rear was very stiff, but taking the sway bar off made it so much better. Anyways I recommend it.

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post #2 of 3 Old 06-22-2016, 08:41 AM
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And it really softened up the ride and made it more predictable. There is a noticeable amount of body roll, but its so much better overall. After doing an aal, the rear was very stiff, but taking the sway bar off made it so much better. Anyways I recommend it.

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Worth noting for anyone who tows while lifted like I do: You get a lot of the factory softness back if you extend the rear links so the sway bar is operating at the proper angle.

That said with stiff leaf springs I consider sway bar delete an upgrade. If you've got softer ones like OME I'd suggest trying extended links first.

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Yeah i can see how extended links would help. My rear end was stiff with just new Dorman leafs, and the aal made it very stiff. Now it's softer than just the dormans.

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