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Old 08-25-2015, 09:48 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by bclemens View Post
Aware of what problem? Most of the Hellwig's were dealer or customer installed, they just started installing at the factory fairly recently. One post above says they have a factory installed bar and no issues. One below says cross threaded. The clunking seems to be a small percentage...certainly not the majority.
Yup, for sure, no clunks here - Customer installed.

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Old 08-25-2015, 09:50 PM   #12
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Ran into a similar clunking when I did the CHF on my 2015 Georgetown. Turns out that moving to the aft hole in the sway bar raises the front of the bar so high that it contacts the frame...most evident in turns. Big rig alignment shop said that mine was the third Georgetown CHF that he had to undo this year. Just yesterday, I took delivery of a new Roadmaster anti-sway bar (1139-140). It's really beafy compared to the Hellwig. It costs more, but it is heavier and comes with brackets and bushings significantly larger and stronger than the Hellwig. On the other hand, I hear reports that both are a big improvement over the OEM.

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