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Unread August 12th, 2014, 09:54 PM
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I can't say for sure it made a difference on it's own as I also replaced the stock sway bar with a 1-1/8" one at the same time. But either one of them or both of them made a big difference! Doesn't dive into corners like it used to for sure. I also replaced the strut rod bushings (rubber) and went with poly end link bushings.

Just too many things were done at once to pinpoint which component made the most difference.
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