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Re: 83-96 Chevy Rear Swaybar [Re: BudVanBeer1] #763519
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Originally Posted by BudVanBeer1
Nate, I see amcochrane PM'd you. If you don't work out a deal with him, I'm interested! Curious why you removed it??


Hey Buddy! It's still available. I removed because I didn't really notice a big difference in handling and I'm thinking of adding helper springs. Maybe because my van is a high-top..I don't know. Bryce has the same bar on his GMC and he says it's great but he has a low-top van.


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Re: 83-96 Chevy Rear Swaybar [Re: NateB] #763556
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I removed the front sway bar on my van several years back, to paint it, and was not really able to tell much difference in handling. When I returned it, I could tell it was back on, but the biggest sway reduction on my dodge hightop, was from adding firestone riderite airbags to rear suspension whose leafs were admittedly quite tired. And KYB gas a just shocks also helped handling greatly, though are firm.

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