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Old 05-05-2012, 03:39 PM   #71
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I clearly see a second hole...just like my 2012
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Old 05-05-2012, 10:50 PM   #72
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I clearly see a second hole...just like my 2012
Where? Only kidding. I see said the blind man.
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I did my front first, took a test drive and was so impressed then I did the rear. A great improvement!
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I did both front and back on my 2012. Front went very fast and easy. The rear removal was easy but one side on the install had to lift the sway bar a little bit but no binding. We will see what everyone is talking about.
I guess by doing this mod reduced the stroke of the shock which reduced some of the drastic leaning on turns and passing? Does that sound correct?
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I did both front and back on my 2012. Front went very fast and easy. The rear removal was easy but one side on the install had to lift the sway bar a little bit but no binding. We will see what everyone is talking about.
I guess by doing this mod reduced the stroke of the shock which reduced some of the drastic leaning on turns and passing? Does that sound correct?
The sway bar does not limit the shock stroke or travel.

A sway bar basically helps distribute the compression on one side to the opposite spring, the sway bar connects both suspension springs and forces the springs to work together, keeping the chassis more level to the ground.

By moving the connecting rods to the closer holes increases the force the sway bar applies to the other spring which reduces the roll.

Hope that makes sense.
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