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Old 09-16-2013, 04:53 AM   #1
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Georgie Boy Sway Bars etal

Looking to replace sway bars on chevy chasis, 1999 26'. Any one have comment on sway/rock performance after installation and where to purchase?

Comments on installing larger air intake system?
What type of plugs do you use?

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Ken I have a 454 engine in my Bounder....Never played with the air intake. I use the stock plug AC Delco plug. I place about 2000 miles on my rig per year...it just did not make much sense to go expensive plug. Buy ACDelco Spark Plug CR43TS at Advance Auto Parts

Sway bars.... i have performed a sway bar upgrade and love the results. I did two parts....front and rear. I did the work myself. The HElwig 1 5/8" anti sway bars on my front end with a Henderson Super Steer Tru Trac for the rear. The combo gave me a really super handling rig. Even though I drive an older 34 footer.... I was being blown all over the road by other trucks and some cars passing. Not anylonger.... the upgrades gave me a sweet straight tracking ride that I can now relax my arms when I drive.
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1995 Fleetwood 30H (parts vehicle)
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