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Here are some pics of the Addco rear sway bar. It's a solid piece and feels a lot beefier than the stock bar. It does make the TBSS handle tighter and flatter in the corners. There is also less body lean. It's been about 100 miles after the install now and I've come to the conclusion that by adding a thicker rear sway bar, the frontend feels somewhat soft and slow to react. I plan to add their front sway bar soon to compliment the rear bar and I believe this will solve the problem. For guys who are thinking about upgrading their sway bars, I recommend doing both the front and rear bars.

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sweet man im going to do a sticky on this
 

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Does anyoine know if there is a difference between the front swaybars on the AWD vs the 2WD? I think I'm going to do both front and rear on mine if the part numbers are the same on the Addcos. I have always liked their products in the past on other cars/trucks
 

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awd and 2wd front is the same. Only thing gm used the same strut mount on 2wd and awd so thats why the djm a arms dont fit awd set ups because of the shafts.
 

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Likewise for the rear bar. Addco's rear sway bar is the same for the 2WD and AWD models.
 

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Just put the Addco rear swaybar on my SS. What a huge difference in handling!! Sweet the body roll is a lot less. Ordering the front sway bar today. Cant wait It is so much more solid around corners.
 

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Yes i was the first to test it on the tbss and works out great had it for a few months allready
 

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i have the front and rear, it's a great combo. it's money well spent.
 

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did you fellas use the bushings that came with the kit or upgrade to energy susp or some similar poly bushing?
 

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Rear Addco Sway Bar

i am woundering about what is the diffence between the AWD and the RWD sway bar because i have a AWD 2007 TBSS and i want to but the right one can someone please advise me thank you

http://www.andysautosport.com/chevrolet/2002_9999_trailblazer/suspension/sway_bars/addco/

Thier is the link can someone tell me if this will work with my TBSS i think it will but i want to be safe

or does it not matter what one i but because i bought the ADDCO SWAY BAR 2242 which is the RWD model so i want to buy a FRONT SWAY BAR too but which one do i need to buy becuase i am confuesed about the whole AWD and RWD model and if they are the same exact thing or not so i jist need help with this issue please
 

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Likewise for the rear bar. Addco's rear sway bar is the same for the 2WD and AWD models.
Addco Front & Rear Anti Sway Bar Set #2242/2243

This is the combo you need. It's all the same, just different part numbers. Check out the link in post #17, it's a better deal. I have an AWD as well.
 
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