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New rear springs-sway bar bushings-

Discussion in 'Lifted Supension - Z71 & 4x4' started by corvette744, Mar 23, 2021.

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    corvette744 2004 Z-71

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    Give an honest update im sure you will be very happy but let us no.
     
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    I'm looking forward to installing them.
     
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    I just ordered moog rear sway bar links!! Along with other junk! Honestly my first impressions after some freeway driving are great. Taking turns on the ramps at 60+ feels great as the front end feels planted and there is no apparent sway or lean into the turn. Again I do have a bunch of other new components up front also. But the lean and body roll on turns is gone
     
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    corvette744 2004 Z-71

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    That is the same feedback from my friends that have put the polys on their suburban and tahoes.All tahoes subrbans and silverado's should come with these from the factory,they improve handling so much for 25-50 bucks
     
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    I can't imagine how much better those complete sway bar kits are but for the cost of what the front and rear costs its a no Brainer. Im sure once the rears are installed with new sway bar links it will just add to the overall control in the steering and bounce over humps and turns on the roads. Really can't beat it for the $50-$60 the Front /Rears cost.
     
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    Could you post a picture of how you attached the steering stabilizer. I was looking at my steering today and I have no idea what it would mount to.
    Thanks.
     
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    Found one
    Steering Stabilizer.jpg
     
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    If you need more pics let me know i can get under their.I love it and would of been nice if it was an option from the factory-alot of people put bigger tires on their suv.
     
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    Bro!?!
    How did u press the dang bushings into the rear sway bar links!?!?! I'm having a hell of a time doing it!!
     
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    corvette744 2004 Z-71

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    I couldnt get them in either i took them to a local shop and they had to press them in.I thought i put that in my previous post-just take to any local shop with a press.Let us no the diff in ride.
     

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