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Old 12-04-2012, 01:26 PM   #1
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increase rear sway stiffness

so ive been browsing and trying to figure out ways to make the stock sway a little stiffer without upgrading to a bigger size. ive seen kids drill added holes on the inside of the stock holes where the endlinks mount. for the rear i noticed you cant do this cus there isnt enough space in the flat stock section. another idea was increasing or decreasing the size of the endlinks but not sure if that will do much. what do you guys and gals think.

By putting a bigger or smaller endlink bolt which will make for a softer or harder feel on the sway.

my goal is to eventually get a bigger bar but i want to hold off till a warmer month cus i will want to add metal to the control arms so they wont break on me.


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