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Old 01-05-2012, 11:22 PM   #1
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Short waybar links

Bought my 04 this summer with a previously installed procomp lift of 3-4" Thing is it looks like the swaybar links are still original so the swaybar is pointed way down when sitting level in the driveway. The ride is wicked hard and I've read through searches that the procomp lifts tend to be harsh. Is it possible that having the sway bar out of position like this is a contributer to the harsh ride? The articulation of my suspension is very small as well.

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Old 01-06-2012, 06:13 AM   #2
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The sway bar controls body roll not how hard or soft it rides. Pro Comp and you'll see ES3000 shock are some of the hardest around. That's your problem.

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x2. With that said though I was surprised when I installed my JKS adjustable Quicker Disco's how much better the cornering was at hi-way speed. Cut down quite a bit on the body roll. Was able to get the Swaybar back to the 5 to 10 degrees recommended.
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