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Hello all, My Sway bar was hitting my CV axle, as the title says. So I crawled under some trucks at the dealer to see what stock trucks are like and it turns out that the new TB/AT4's have longer end links then my 2020 TB. The new end link has a 3 inch rod vs the 1-3/4 inch OE part. The part number for the longer end link is P/N:85590925
Rear sway bar as an option?
Blanz posted a topic in 2019-2023 Silverado & SierraDoes anyone know if any of the packages came with an optional rear sway bar? Would like to know if this would be a potential upgrade for my RST crew cab. Thanks in advance.
SOLD Hellwig REAR Sway Bar # 7735 Brand New in Box
5829BMG posted a topic in For Sale/WantedHellwig Sway Bar Model # 7735 Brand new, never taken out of box. Will fi 2014-2018 GMC/ Chevy Silverado or Sierra. Cleaned out garage and wife wants it all gone. $ 375.00 with Free Shipping Dramatically reduces cornering body roll with out sacrificing ride quality. I had the front and rear on a different truck it it cornered like a dream.
Heads up for any shoppers wanting a rear sway bar for an 07-13 Silverado. If have been waiting on a good price for the Hellwig 7800, it is on sale on Amazon for $313.95 If you call Summit Racing you will get it for $312 and avoid sales tax. I am not associated, just sharing a good deal. Happy shopping ? Hellwig Summit Racing Amazon Hellwig 7800
Hey guys, I have a 2006 Suburban LT with a 6" lift installed and 295/70R17 tires. We bought several years ago with the lift installed. It's a nice truck but it is a chore to drive. It doesn't handle very well and we have to take turns on the slow side since it leans alot. The factory sway bars are connected.. When there are bumps in the road it seems like the tires bounce make us the drivers have to make corrections to keep it on the road. Not sure what to call it but when the road has been traveled a great deal and the asphalt has tire ruts, but it seems like the road steers the truck and there is an awful lot of continual steering correction to keep it going straight. I am comparing the drivability to our cars. I know the lift isn't a great lift. Who ever lifted it did it for cosmetics not for off roading. I recently had new tires installed with an alignment done with some repair work so I know everything is in order. The truck drives great cruzing down the highway or town driving but if there are hard bumps or asphalt ruts the truck isn't enjoyable to drive. Recently I was thinking about upgrading the front and rear sway bars to improve driving while turning to reduce the truck leaning. Would better shocks help keep the tires on the road when driving over hard bumps. For example railroad tracks we better slow down compared to the car. Some of the roads are in need of repair out where we live and hitting pot holes better have both hands on the steering wheel. In the car no problem. I sure would like to improve the road handling in the truck. Any suggestions would be nice
Hello all: I recently bought a 1997 4x4 Z71 fixer-upper that has been lifted/leveled ~3". I'm in the process of tightening up the front end (brake job, ball joint replacement, tie rod) but I need to address the stabilizer end links. They look to have loosened and more worrisome is the geometry. They are offset from an ideal 90 degree angle with the eyelets of the stabilizer bar (pic attached). I realize a small deviation is OK but this seems excessive. The angle is so far off i cant get enough clearance in the hole in the lower control arm to get a socket on the lower nut of the stabilizer link. The link would have to pivot outwards for the nut to line up properly for clearance. Seems like total misalignment of the link with respect to the lower control arm and sway bar. Any suggestions? Almost seems like the sway bar should extend outwards and rotate a bit for this to work.