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Old 09-24-2016, 08:52 AM   #1
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So I did the cheap handling fix both front and rear and am extremely happy with it. Prior to the adjustment I had 14000 miles, NY to FL and NY to WY. During the fix found that the rear axle saddle bracket that holds the sway bar to the axle was broken. I would encourage everyone to inspect it. Drove from NY to TX after the adjustments and what a difference in the handling. Less sway, less getting moved by tractor trailers!
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