Originally Posted by Triple88a
but then whats the point of people making statements if they cant back them up? Thats why ask questions. Many times i'm curious so just because i'm asking a question doesn't mean i'm against it or something.
also as the currie goes.. whats the difference between the stock one and the currie? As far as i know the currie has multiple holes that make it "softer" or harder" but is that it?
A currie is soft enough to allow flex but also maintain off road stability. It works better with the rear sway bar witch like a currie is soft enough to flex but also still help maintain stability. He's not saying discos are bad bad. There better than stock but he is saying that a currie with a rear sway bar is better.
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