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Anyone know if these will work on my truck?

http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku
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Total length from arm to bar needs to be about 14-15" long.
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Total length from arm to bar needs to be about 14-15" long.
what? mount surface to mount surface is 12"
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Anyone know if these will work on my truck?

http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku
If you buy those let me know if they work.
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Well Ill let ya'll know..I just disconnected my sway bar and drove it........and then I put it right back on! I mean it aint but so bad but good lord when you go to turn that thing rolls like crazy...there aint no way I can handle that..I think Ill stick with the poppin noise until I can find a different solution lol
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^^#1 bars will help the roll factor. I've gotten really used to it now. Drives wonderful.


Zach.......12" bolts were just too short for me. Made the bar angled down and i didn't like that.
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^^#1 bars will help the roll factor. I've gotten really used to it now. Drives wonderful.


Zach.......12" bolts were just too short for me. Made the bar angled down and i didn't like that.
Ill buy 'em off ya if your not using them!
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Ill buy 'em off ya if your not using them!
The 1/2" x 12" bolts?
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yeah, i went looking for some bolts that i could use to fab my own end links today and really couldnt fine anything that looked like it would work. went to several hardware stores too.
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