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post #9 of (permalink) Old 03-20-2017, 05:37 PM
Trunk Monkey
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I run a 1-1/4" ADDCO bar in the back with a stock front bar and a 285 Rear / 245 Front stagger. This set up works great. The 1-3/8 ADDCO Bar is overkill.

A 275 Rear / 245 Front stagger would also work well. You could also run a 255 all around set up like Woodman. Personally, I wouldn't put 225's in front.

Like Matt said, the sway bars are not the components that are going to make the difference between grandma's church cruiser and canyon carver. You'll get better canyon carving performance out of upgrading the bushings, springs, shocks and tires over upgrading the anti-sway bars.

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