Front anti-sway bar QD's

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Re: Front anti-sway bar QD's

Post by Michael » 20 Aug 2017 08:03

Lyk baie cool Christo, sal graag wil sien hoe maklik hulle connect en disconnect
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Re: Front anti-sway bar QD's

Post by ChristoSlang » 20 Aug 2017 08:56

Michael wrote:Lyk baie cool Christo, sal graag wil sien hoe maklik hulle connect en disconnect
Vrek maklik - omtrent 'n minuut om albei te doen :thumbup:
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Re: Front anti-sway bar QD's

Post by David M » 21 Aug 2017 14:26

I used mine on the River Trip. Less than a minute to connect or disconnect.

Probably the single best change I made to the suspension on my vehicle. There are times that the front wheels are pulling you that in the past the rear wheels would be pushing. Did not even try and use my diffloc until day 3 and then realised it was not operational. No problem as the extra articulation in the front did the job.
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Re: Front anti-sway bar QD's

Post by Wilkie » 21 Aug 2017 16:18

Very cool clever idea :thumbup: :thumbup:

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Re: Front anti-sway bar QD's

Post by Peter Connan » 21 Aug 2017 17:51

Thanks for the feedback David
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