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If you’re not afraid of drilling 4 holes in your frame go with the Addco. It's thicker and has better geometry.
 

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Link doesn't work .... :shrug:

Are you looking for an anti-sway bar for the front or the rear? The conventional wisdom is "Addco front; Hellwig rear" ....
 

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ya im looking for rear anti swaybars. the link just had the addco and the hellwig compared side by side. ive been told that the thicker the better but it also depends on the type of metal.:shrug:
 

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the Hellwig is a better build, but both addcos together give a more rigid ride left to right-
 

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Just for the record, you have another possible option - installing an OEM S-Runner rear anti-sway bar ... It's been done. :thinking:
 

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Search for MountainBiker's posts / threads on his adaptation of an OEM S-Runner swaybar ...

If I recall correctly, the hard part was the mounting to the frame ...
 

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If I recall correctly, the hard part was the mounting to the frame ...
Actually, that is the easy part! At least for 01-04 Xtra cabs since the frame is shared with the S-runner.

The difficulty is attaching to the axle, but if you can get the axle mounts from Hellwig, then that is no problem. All the part numbers are in the post linked above.
 

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Thanx for the clarification, MountainBiker ... :waytogo:

I knew something about the mounting had caused some 'issues' during your install ... :thinking:
 
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