To answer your last comment. I believe that the sway bar will not cause the under steer as Xrunnit has said. Like I have said in previous posts that when I put a bigger sway bar on my previous mini trucks that the performance not only improved but it blew me away with the better handling. :top: And yes T.R. haulin ass and haulin ass. :laugh:I have an observation-based question for DallasCowboys here:
Usually when there's a discussion about mods in which you're involved. At some point it is mentioned how much weight you haul regularly, as if it applies to the mods involved. It's also been established that you're pretty performance oriented in your objectives. My question is, are you hauling ass while you're hauling all this stuff in your bed or are you trying to optimize your vehicle for two totally isolated scenarios (one being hauling work stuff, the other being hauling ass)?
My reason for asking is that from reading all of this sway bar info, it seems as if you're attributing your excessive body roll to the extra weight being hauled around. If you get this big beefy sway bar, you may love it when you have a large load (because it solves your problem) and hate it when you're "street racing" (provided there will be a lot of high-speed sharp turning) because it could cause you a new problem.