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Old 06-16-2013, 11:11 PM   #1
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Rear Sway Bar Recommendations?...

I'm looking to get a rear sway bar for my 5 lug 2X4 STD cab that is only street driven. Can anyone recommend a good one? Also could you post pics of your rear sway bars so I can see how they fit. Also will X Runner sway bars also fit 5 lug base models? I can't seem to find any listings for base.

Thanks for your help...

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What about sittin sic?

They cater to the lowered crew

Ryan would be tons of help here.
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I'm looking to get a rear sway bar for my 5 lug 2X4 STD cab that is only street driven. Can anyone recommend a good one? Also could you post pics of your rear sway bars so I can see how they fit. Also will X Runner sway bars also fit 5 lug base models? I can't seem to find any listings for base.

Thanks for your help...

Greg
Yes, they will fit. You will need to fabricate a bracket or two on the axle.
The X-Runner and base model suspensions are 90% identical.
Minor differences are shock and coil heights.
The geometry and suspension dynamics are interchangeable.

Here is a link to XII Performance's rear sway bar kit. http://www.xiiperformance.com/?page_id=997
You're still going to have to fabricate tabs/bracketry to accommodate the swaybar.

This guy has a swaybar and an X-brace: http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/str...ods-begin.html



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What about sittin sic?

They cater to the lowered crew

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Sittin Sic has since been purchased and revamped by XII Performance. (Spoken 12 Performance)
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Yes, they will fit. You will need to fabricate a bracket or two on the axle.
The X-Runner and base model suspensions are 90% identical.
Minor differences are shock and coil heights.
The geometry and suspension dynamics are interchangeable.

Here is a link to XII Performance's rear sway bar kit. http://www.xiiperformance.com/?page_id=997
You're still going to have to fabricate tabs/bracketry to accommodate the swaybar.

This guy has a swaybar and an X-brace: http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/str...ods-begin.html





Sittin Sic has since been purchased and revamped by XII Performance. (Spoken 12 Performance)


Thanks for the info Ry
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Yes, they will fit. You will need to fabricate a bracket or two on the axle.
The X-Runner and base model suspensions are 90% identical.
Minor differences are shock and coil heights.
The geometry and suspension dynamics are interchangeable.

Here is a link to XII Performance's rear sway bar kit. http://www.xiiperformance.com/?page_id=997
You're still going to have to fabricate tabs/bracketry to accommodate the swaybar.

This guy has a swaybar and an X-brace: http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/str...ods-begin.html





Sittin Sic has since been purchased and revamped by XII Performance. (Spoken 12 Performance)
Thanks, Ryan.

I really like that XII bar as it doesn't hang down below the rear axle. The Addco bar is inferior in that regard.
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