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Old 03-27-2015, 09:52 PM   #1
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28ds suspension options.

Hey guys great info from this Fourm.

Can anybody tell me what the ideal best upgrade set up for ride performance and sway reduction would be.

I'm thinking rear sway bar front CHF and a steering stabilizer. But what brands or model numbers and am I forgetting something.

Note: at least for now I will keep stock shocks.

Thanks.
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Old 03-27-2015, 11:24 PM   #2
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FR3 move sway bar links front and back to there inside holes make a HUGE diff in handling.
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Carl17 can you elaborate more on the rear sway bar adjustments you talking about? Thank You very much, and any pics would be great.


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Would you say that moving the holes on the existing bars is just as good as adding after market sway bars?
And is that the only change I would need to do?
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Would you say that moving the holes on the existing bars is just as good as adding after market sway bars?
And is that the only change I would need to do?
Yes it makes a huge difference and dose not effect our warranty. ( after market parts may effect warranty )
I also add ASafety-plus steering stablizer , but changing holes on sway bar link is a must.
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Carl17 can you elaborate more on the rear sway bar adjustments you talking about? Thank You very much, and any pics would be great.


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On the rear end front side is a sway bar and link that goes from sway bar to frame of truck. The link has two bolts on end of sway bar with a bracket pull the bolts out rotate the bracket so the link rod moves to inside hole closer to rear end , ( Both side at same time ) May need a small jack to line up holes no biggie. front bar is very easy one bolt per side no jack needed total time 30 min. front rear.
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