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GMC Canyon Sway Bars

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Belltech Anti-Sway Bar Sets Reviews


Riding Better ...

Reviewed By alfred d (Lafayette, LA) Reviewed for a 2012 GMC Canyon —5/7/2014 7:52 AM

Installation. Front sway bar was easy, bolts right in place of the oem one. Had no issues with frame contact and end-links bolts had enough threads to accept nut. Rear sway bar was a little tricky but after trial and error I ended up following the directions and drilled thru the fame for the mounting bracket. I strongly recommend this location (welded or bolted), I initially mounted it on the crossbar that the spare tire sits on and the ride quality was very stiff and the truck handled even worse. Side note: I did have to shorten/cut both sleeves for the end-links and frame bolts. Ride Quality. I purchased this kit not for performance gains, but to help with excessive body roll and a "loose/bouncy" rear-end while under normal driving conditions. It worked ! Handling and control are vastly improved. It did stiffened the ride a little and the truck drives much more secure on the road. A few hundred miles later swapped out my 4 Monroe Reflex shocks for GM oem's front and rear which is an excellent compromise. Very comfortable ride and still handles way better than just one sway bar up front. All in all money well spent and would suggest buying this product . 2012 GMC Canyon CrewCab 2WD Z85(street)suspension

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Beck Arnley Sway Bar End Link Reviews


Smooth

Reviewed By Philip P (CHICAGO, IL) Reviewed for a 2008 Infiniti FX35 —11/17/2016 9:28 PM

It now drives like a brand new suv. Not bad for a 9 year old car.

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Hellwig Sway Bars Reviews


15'RAM 2500Cummins4x4 CrewCab 8' bed rear factory air suspension

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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