New sway bars for the Tundra.

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    As pickup truck drivers know most pickups tend to handle like a barge.
    Well no more!!!! It obviously came with a front sway bar but had no sway bar in the rear.
    Thing feels like a five thousand lb sports car now and tracks like it's on rails!!!!
    Cant wait to feel the benefits when towing!

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    Nice...good size too not some whimpy bar good job well done...bet it keeps the wind from messing with your steering as well...more stability in the rear end...
     
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    I couldn't believe the difference!!
    While it inhibits offroad performance that isnt a factor since it's mainly a tow vehicle to get my SxS out in the woods but it sure does make street driving more enjoyable.

    Of course the downside is I'm gonna be replacing tires more often.
     
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    Not a truck person but that is a nice ride man. I really like those black wheels.
     
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    Yeah but it's worth the better drive...Rotate more often...
     
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    They're Fuel Hostages with Nittos.
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    They match the Bushwacker pocket flares perfectly.
     
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    If I didnt drive it like I stole it it wouldnt be a problem.
    Oh well......
     
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    Yeah...those are tight man. I like those.
     
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    Down in the dirty South they're very popular.
     
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