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I about to calculate the rear shocks length to fit with my lifted truck and i'm wondering if i should unplug the front sway-bar before jacking the wheel in the air.
Could someone tell me the better thing to do?
 

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Classydjo said:
I about to calculate the rear shocks length to fit with my lifted truck and i'm wondering if i should unplug the front sway-bar before jacking the wheel in the air.
Could someone tell me the better thing to do?
Seems if you unhooked the front bar, all that would do is force you to jack the truck even higher to get the rear to fully flex out so you can get the measurement.
 

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Classydjo said:
I about to calculate the rear shocks length to fit with my lifted truck and i'm wondering if i should unplug the front sway-bar before jacking the wheel in the air.
Could someone tell me the better thing to do?
Only if you intend to run the truck Offroad with the bar discoed.
 
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