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Posted: Mon Jul 18, 2005 2:13 am 
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Timmeh wrote:
I have never been recommended to upgrade swaybars at the same time. I've told to not bother unless your a suspension nut and what next to no roll.

I dont think you really need it.



Get them fitted to your slapper and then you will notice a huge difference. Fit them yourself if you dont want to pay for it, couple of nuts and its done.

Until you experience the difference first hand, you have buckleys chance of understanding...

 

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Posted: Mon Jul 18, 2005 11:34 am 
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South wrote:
Timmeh wrote:
I have never been recommended to upgrade swaybars at the same time. I've told to not bother unless your a suspension nut and what next to no roll.

I dont think you really need it.



Get them fitted to your slapper and then you will notice a huge difference. Fit them yourself if you dont want to pay for it, couple of nuts and its done.

Until you experience the difference first hand, you have buckleys chance of understanding...


I have driven an EF with 30mm swaybar. It did drive better but the comfort factor was a bit lost. I'm not saying dont get it. I'm saying you dont need it if you do shocks and springs. Give a guy a little credit I know what swaybars do. Understanding it is simple.

 

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