Re: Boaty seasick ride.Need to change something
Originally Posted by Stinkypete
Thanks for that too, I now have enough ammunition to convince the wife that the sway bar and the shocks need upgrading so she doesn't feel seasick in the passenger seat!
in our "neighbourhood", the local garages like to charge you for even looking at the car let alone actually carrying out a decent repair etc, so i shall be staying away from the sharks at the moment and rely on your expert and experienced opinions for now, so thank you.
The swaybar install is super easy, you should be able to do it yourself (just educate yourself and go slow, you'll be fine).
The shock install can be a pain in the ass! I've never done it, but I'm going to have to soon. It shouldn't be too hard as long as you've got a jack and some stands to hold your truck on, and a decent set of sockets and a good breaker bar lol.
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