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Old 04-28-2005
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Whats the specs of these "new and improved" T-bars???

I'm also unhappy with my front end sag...I'm sure it has at least .5 to 1" since I got it...I'm weary of T-bar crank so if I can just get some beefier bars...I'd be very interested in getting some new ones to solve the problem!
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Old 04-28-2005
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Are you referring to mine? I explained it elsewhere, but to summarize I had relatively weak code "F" t-bars which are put on small engined 4x2's. I put code "B" bars on which are found usually on 4x4's.

The result is a higher spring rate which is very helpful offroad in the "whoops" and for controlling the bigger tires.
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Old 04-28-2005
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Originally Posted by D.
If you need a set, I can get them for you.. CHEAP.
Hopefully it won't come to THAT!
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