Reviewed By Ben H (HENDERSON, TX) Reviewed for a 1984 Ford F-250 —10/31/2016 8:29 PM
Links had to be modified slightly to fit the receivers. Not hard, just had to be ground down a little bit.
Reviewed By James A (Newtown, PA) Reviewed for a 1994 Ford Ranger —8/31/2016 5:47 AM
Replaced the bushings and tie rods, when I examined the sway bar links, I knew they needed replacement also, so I ordered up the Moogs. Direct replacement, and tightened up the sway bar. All's good!
Reviewed By Remo R (Harrison Township, MI) Reviewed for a 2004 Volkswagen Golf —11/12/2016 4:35 AM
I test drove a 2300lb slide in truck camper with the stock sway bar. At 48+ mph it would sway unbearably. I believe the factory 100% air suspension is to blame. I talked with the Hellwig engineer, he said just replace the rear sway bar. RAM does a good job with their front sway bar. The Hellwig Bigwig sway bar has three adjustable settings. I put mine at the middle setting. It seems just slightly firmer. I haven't test drove a truck camper with it yet, I will have to follow up later.
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