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Rear sway bar parts question

Discussion in 'Street Trucks' started by jmarquez808, Jan 17, 2013.

  1. jmarquez808

    jmarquez808 [OP] Large Member

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  2. carlos82

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    i'm a toyota parts guy and I would Not recommended. The new one will only cost you 58 bucks anyway. That money you are tryinng to save might cost you hundreds of dollars later.
     
  3. Hot Taco

    Hot Taco Well-Known Member

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    Hard to tell which one you should buy since we don't know what the difference is between 'standard' and 'professional'. Sometimes, 'professional' simply means more money for little or no gain to the consumer. The one you linked to looks OK to me... it's just going to get all rusty and buggered-up, so who cares what it looks like.

    I had an end link on my front swaybard snap because I had apparently tightened it down too much (lesson learned). However, because it's just a sway bar, I don't think the end link failing is a life threatening issue... just more annoying.
     
  4. jmarquez808

    jmarquez808 [OP] Large Member

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    thanks guys i scored with a slightly used full setup for all the hardware i need so thankyou for the input!!
     
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