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I haven't read anywhere yet on whether its good or not to remove the sway bar..but i figured since my nwor setup was so stiff, it wouldn't hurt to try..so i did, drove it...it actually drives a little nicer, not much...and then and went to test the flex out..
i figure i got another 4-6" before the rear tires come off the ground cuz they're still stiff...

is this common, taking the bar off? i think it helped quite a bit..


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tucks the 33s a little bit more..
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taking of the sway bar is fine. it will cause more roll in the pickup, but as long as you remember that you will be fine. i took the sway bar off my '90 and it does great without it.

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well thats what i figured, and i also took into consideration my springs are quite stiff...i drove it today afterward, and took some corners, and theres actually just a little more roll, which i like now...before, it was super stiff, and on dirt it seemed like it'd slide more than put some weight into the outside tire and hook up a little...

so i'm pretty happy w/ it so far..

the amount of roll is very little still...so thats good..
 

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your learning !!!-- if you want articulation, take the sway bar off---- not needed !!!!!!
next--- the 'pinch weld' seam in the inner fender well/firewall-- sharp and can cut your tire at full lock/compressed===== take a big hammer and flatten the pinch weld.

at full drop== check for enough brake line slack on the front brakes---- you soon will need to get longer brake lines---- braided steel
 

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and you went with a longer shock !!!!!!
you are gittin the idea !!
 
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