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Old 10-23-2019, 07:32 AM   #15
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If the rear end wags, make yourself a rear track bar. Most DIY track bars cost less than 100 bucks to make.



I was laying under my slant nose doing some welding. I had my feet propped up on the frame. I went to change my position by pushing on the frame and discovered the frame moved about an inch relative to the axle. So I built a rear track bar for it. In my case, it helped a lot when towing.
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