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post #1 of 5 Old 03-04-2015, 06:55 AM Thread Starter
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Full-Traction Suspension: Did you know?

Did you know we offer products other than complete lift kits?

How about an inexpensive, adjustable rear sway bar?

This bar has 3 adjustments: The first setting is 7% stiffer than stock, the second is 14% stiffer and the third setting is 21% stiffer than stock. And all for $179.95 plus shipping!!

http://full-traction.com/detail.php?b=1&m=6&t=4&p=543#n

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is that applicable to everybody or maybe just the long time members here?
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What would be the benefit of running a stiffer rear swaybar ?

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Interested to know also. And, how is it adjustable? Better pictures would help.

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is that applicable to everybody or maybe just the long time members here?
Huh?

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What would be the benefit of running a stiffer rear swaybar ?
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Interested to know also. And, how is it adjustable? Better pictures would help.
I agree. We need better pictures.

The benefit of a stiffer swaybar is less body roll.

There are 2 holes on the side. By moving the actual swaybar between the holes, you can choose 7%, 14% or 21% stiffer.

Once again, better pictures would help. I'm working on that.

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