Frederico Perf and Cognito Motorsports are in the finishing stages of a new rear sway bar kit for lifted trucks with a 6" or greater lift. Call Chad or Justin at Cognito for more information.DMAXXED;1556101; said:Anybody have a anti sway set up on their truck with a large lift? i am going to pick up a 23' toy hauler (pull). I need at least a 10" drop for my truck.
Yes, sorry for the confusion. DP moved my thread from "Truck Uses" (trailers, towing, etc.). The corect term is the weight dist bars and sway control. I did pick up my Toy Hauler last weekend and they did have something that would work (they told me before hand they didn't). The actual drop is 8" which worked for me because this trailer sits higher (Fleetwood Nitrous) than the weekend worrior.Deere3500;1576108; said:DMAXXED...are you talking about the anti sway set up for your trailer, as far as the weight dist bars and sway control or an actual swaybar for the rear of the truck like everyone mentioned in previous post? I have a 10" drop hitch with everything if you would like to see pictures to have one built. Pretty pricey to build but I got lucky one fullsizechevy.com and someone chimed in that had their old one laying around. Let me know!
I don't know about the sway bar on the rear axle but you mentioned you were going to add air bags to the rear of your truck and I do know those will help tremendously with the swaying your trailer will cause! Hope this helps! Hopefully some others with swaybars will chime in!Mr BaadBoy;1582698; said:Im talking about the one that bolts on to your rear end from left and right of the axles over the pumkin