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garyhaupt

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Some folks like to do it themselves....here is how one guy did it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=40b9lFXIAZM


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If can’t afford a new truck...


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I'm just trying to figure out if I can update the sway bars without "creating a memory"


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Excellent video. I enjoyed watching it, thanks for posting. I also decided that I am probably never going to change my class c to 4wd (actually 6wd) but what I would like to do is put on an electrically actuated rear differential locker. Even with all the weight and dual rear wheels, you can still get stuck easily with the open differential. I have a diff locker on my PU truck and it works great. I'd really like that flexibility on my class C

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