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Old 07-28-2012, 02:48 PM   #15
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Just got finished reading about the quick fix. Can someone post a picture on this second set of bolt holes. On my swaybar on the front I see the second hole front the vertical bar attachement point but to move the bar back to the second hole the bar is going to have to grow a few inches. Thanks.
Some people have just pivoted the swaybar to make the link fit the second hole. The other approach is to buy a set of Hellwig adjustable swaybar links. I just ordered mine from sdtruckspring.com. I think the Hellwig part number is 770.
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Have you noticed a difference in the handling? I would like to drive this thing down the road and not be pushed on the shoulder by a box truck.
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Hellwig part# 7962, Bought them and it made a world of difference
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