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Old 04-18-2013, 05:52 PM
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From Sonoran Steel FAQ:

Sway bar disconnects are not needed with an IFS suspension
By disconnecting the front sway bar you may gain a very slight amount of added a-arm droop, but here is the problem with an IFS truck. The only tire that has any weight on it is the one compressed, so it does not matter if the other tire is in the air, almost on the ground or on the ground. It will spin because it has no weight on it.

It is however correct to disconnect a sway bar on a straight axle truck as it will increase articulation. The real benefit of having a straight axle is that both front tires bear the weight at all times, not only one like an IFS truck under articulation.

The stock sway bar end links should remain in the stock positions, the front should stay on the front bar and the rear stock links should be used on the rear bar.
We do not recommend sway bar disconnects as we have found them to be completely useless on this vehicle.
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