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Old 09-11-2015, 08:24 AM   #1
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thanks everyone. sorry I was wrong. there are sway bars front and rear on my 16k chassis. I guess all I need to improve handling is steering stabilizer.

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What chassis do you have?

If its a Ford F53 I would recommend doing the CHF suspension adjustment before spending any money on suspension add-ons. Odds are very good you will notice substantial improvement, and decide its acceptable.

The CHF (Cheep Handling Fix) is accomplished by re-positioning the torsion bar links to their aft settings.
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I also have the Ford F53 16K chassis. I did the CHF a few years back and found a huge difference in the handling. Search for the cheap handling fix thread on here and it will answer all the questions you may have. Very easy to do and costs nothing.
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