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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Jul 15th, 03, 03:31 PM Thread Starter
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Does these work?

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In a nut-shell, YES!!

But I have to qualify this by saying that the ends need to be made long enough to catch the spring eyes right in the bottom middle.

And all the clamps are supposed to do is ride free and keep the fronts from digging down upon braking!

I really like my homemade ones that I just used 1/2" bolts on as adjusters at the spring eyes.. pdq67

PS., but I have to admit, when they slap, they are noisey!!!



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As far as handling goes, those will give your car terminal oversteer.
They clamp to the spring at the front ends and that turns your rear axle housing into a huge sway bar!
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Thanks, I was just checking cause of their low profile and price. I have lowering blocks on my car, for now, and have some limits on the traction bar selection. Need ones that don't overhang too low or I'll be having contact with the pavement in some cases, like driveway entrances.

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