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    Sway bars?

    Will the revo sway bars fit on a summit? My friend has one and he likes to go fast vs. crawling and it flips alot. So i told him sway bars would help alot
    Nothin' like a 4 on the floor and a V8

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    yes they will fit perfectly - but they will do what they are designed to do, namely
    take all of the suspension travel out of the truck and make the ride stiffer and flatter - meaning no crawling, no flex in the suspension and very little articulation.

    But much more stable at high speeds
    MAN, Use Common Sense.
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    Ya he likes to bash more than crawl. I could just tell him to put the lightest weight sway bar on and it will have some flex vs. the heavier weight ones
    Nothin' like a 4 on the floor and a V8

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    Or, sell the truck to me for $20 and get a revo
    I gots trucks and no idea what I'm doing!

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    Sounds to me like your friend needs to slow down before turning.
    Why can't other people share my opinions?

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    Well he does but I drove it and flipped it three times. I'm used to my Twin VXL Maxx

    He doesnt crawl that much so I was gonna see if he wanted to try them
    Nothin' like a 4 on the floor and a V8

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