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New rear sway bar 2012 prerunner

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by Tacouser, Jul 26, 2013.

  1. Tacouser

    Tacouser [OP] Tacoma User

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    Cab LED's, Color matched front grill emblem,ARE color matched hard bed cover, Audio amp and new speakers
    I am thinking about adding a Hellwig rear sway bar. Is it worth the money?
    I tow a small utility trailer for a motercycle and am looking into buying a 20' camper. Also is the stock front sway bar good enought or should I upgrade that one also?

    Any comments?
     
  2. wolftree

    wolftree Well-Known Member

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    Consider also, Addco anti-sway bars. They are just a bit larger diameter than Hellwigs (7/8 vs 3/4)and a lower price usually. Addco installs easier as well.

    I would install the rear bar first and then decide whether to replace your factory front bar with either Addco or Hellwig.
     
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