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    sway bars?

    Do they make an after market, bolt on sway bar for the 1st gen 4x4 d50's? And what about torsion bars?

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    If you are looking for torsion bars talk to summers brothers. There is a link to them in the sway a way thread. The only draw back is you will need to send them a bar to copy.
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    I actually found a heavier sway bar for our trucks once....no idea where, let alone when. lol

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    AADCO makes them. I went online and contacted them directly, good peole, easy to work with, great product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foolonthehill View Post
    AADCO makes them. I went online and contacted them directly, good people, easy to work with, great product.
    Uh,,,, I can't find them with google. You have a phone number or a web address? If so can you add them in the spring thread in the links section and on here, pleasssssse.....
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    www.addco.net Not .com. I had a contact name and email and all that but I'll have to check as we recently had a major server crash and I don't think my email histories are quite complete anymore....

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    I have one of their front sway bars for a 1st gen - 1 1/4" dia the problem I had with it was that with the wider wheels I was running the sway bar would not let the wheels turn lock to lock
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    If your just looking for a sway bar you can get them any length you want. You can also get them with bent arms to allow for tires. This is where mine came from. I just used a rod to connect them after cutting off the first 8 inch or so of the arms. I was forced to put them on the rear this time, there was not enough room up front. I used a peace of DOM tubing to hold it in place. It was about 180 bucks after the machine shop and parts. Wasn't to bad.

    http://www.1speedway.com/Swaybars.htm



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    love that info camoit ill use that to make a set of front and rear bars so i can go outhandle hondas lol

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    Belltech #9934 is a sway bar kit that supposedly will fit both generations.

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    thats what jegs says http://www.jegs.com/i/Belltech/146/9934/10002/-1 for about 400 after taxes s&h

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    Yeah, seems like you could find it for less with a little searching, and I wish they had a different installation set up for the Rear bar.
    Have You seen it ???

    But I guess you have to do something like that since they didn't come with them from the factory.

    Oh and your Jegs ad say Free Shipping, and depending on where you live, there might not be any sales tax either
    So see ,,, cheaper already ! LOL

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