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Old 04-23-2009
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Ty, just an idea...
If you find yourself wanting to put it back on, you can just remove one endlink from the sway bar and it is disconnected, won't contact anything through out the range of travel, and is very easy/quick to re-connect.
I almost always left my ranger sway bar disconnected, only put it on for a few long road trips and towing.
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yeah if i ever see myself wanting to put itb ack on for any reason i might do that. but until then, i'm really enjoying the ride lol
its like floating!
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yeah if i ever see myself wanting to put itb ack on for any reason i might do that. but until then, i'm really enjoying the ride lol
its like floating!
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the way i see it, i dont need this thing to handle well, its not meant to.
if i want good handling, ill just jump in my grand prix.
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That's how I felt with my ranger, especially when I got a bike. It was nice even driving around town in/out of driveways, speed bumps and everything else. If just floated over things instead of fighting it. One of these days I will have to disconnect the F150 for curiosity sake. I can always drive the Jetta when I want to go fast now
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there ya go!

yeah, i took it offroad a bit, soo much smoother!!! didnt bang me around near as much as it used to :D
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well, we'll see how it flexes today with no sway bar!
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