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Old 10-10-2016, 08:26 PM   #1
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Safe T Plus installation

If I am going to do the CHF and install the Safe T Plus unit does it matter which one I do first?
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I would do the CHF first. You may put off the Safe T Plus.
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I would do the CHF first. You may put off the Safe T Plus.

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I would do the CHF first. You may put off the Safe T Plus.
The CHF or aftermarket heavy duty sway bar will do one thing to improve ride and the safe T plus will also help with keeping you running down the road straighter. BUT the main reason to install the Safe T Plus would be for tire blow out protection. Just my opinion
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The CHF or aftermarket heavy duty sway bar will do one thing to improve ride and the safe T plus will also help with keeping you running down the road straighter. BUT the main reason to install the Safe T Plus would be for tire blow out protection. Just my opinion
Exactly my point. The Safe T Plus will help in emergency and extreme situations.

Many think it is for normal handling improvement. As a handling improvement, the driver holding the steering wheel will do the same thing.

Adding a Safe T Plus to a wandering vehicle will just make it harder to correct it.

If you can stop the sway, you won't have to fight the wheel to go straight.
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