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Old 03-22-2011
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That is a much better answer. If you would have said all that in your original post I bet you wouldn't have been flamed as bad
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I don't see a point in stacking bars. Having one wider than the other yea, but not stacked.
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tl;dr on kwtorbe's posts.
Seriously thought OP was a troll
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My ranger handles like crap, I do a ton mountain driving, still cant see how they don't bind up on each other tho..
My dodge 2500 handles 4x better in corners, I can keep up with subies and evos, but not in the ranger.
But still, how do they not pull on the link to the a arm?
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My dodge 2500 handles 4x better in corners, I can keep up with subies and evos, but not in the ranger.
lol your a funny guy
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Its not about the ride, its all about the ***** in the drivers seat.

Click into 4hi and youve got an all-wheel-drive 650 hp diesel haha!
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lmao i ccan take 90 degree turns doing 100km/h with my 33's and lift and still be stiff as hell with the stock sway bar
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Its not about the ride, its all about the ***** in the drivers seat.

Click into 4hi and youve got an all-wheel-drive 650 hp diesel haha!
lol ooookkkk......
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lol ooookkkk......

Gee, I dont know why i keep blowing up front diffs?
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