Originally Posted by shotgun
First question is regarding the TRD swaybar. One complaint I have about my truck is how it doesn't feel planted over bumpy or rough paved roads. This can be in a straight line or in a turn. Feels like the truck wants to go all over the place and it's a bit unnerving. Would the TRD swaybar kit help in this regard? Would wider tires and/or larger wheels help?
Just out of curiosity man, what vehicle are you coming from? I assume you just got the truck? These sound like the noticeable inherent traits of a solid axle being experienced by someone who's driven cars or cars on stilts (crossovers). No offense meant by that statement, just unsure about your concerns. I'm not sure the TRD sway-bar will help in any category other that body roll in a corner. Sway-bars actually make the ride quite a bit rougher when the terrain is uneven. What you described just reminded me of my first ride in a solid (front and rear for that matter) axle truck. You can feel that when the axle articulates on one side only, it becomes off center to the vehicle.
Edit: Never mind, you've had it for more than a year already.... No current mods to the suspension? Maybe it is bad shocks after all.... Mileage?
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Last edited by riccnick; 12-26-2012 at 04:42 PM.