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Suspension Tech General discussion of suspension for the Ford Ranger.

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Old 07-10-2006
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If you mostly drive on pavement, you're much safer with the swaybar attached. You can drive as safe and sane as you want, its the event you didn't expect and couldn't concieve of that makes drivers take emergency manuevers, and in those situations (emergency lane changes or turns) the swaybar is the difference between a near miss and tumbling into the ditch. I'm sure a bunch of teenagers will jump on my back about how they took theirs off and its fine, but its a safety RISK no matter how you try to justify it. If you drive without your seatbelt for a year, and don't get into an accident, that doesn't make it safe to do, you've merely beaten the odds.
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