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A buddy of mine just bought a 75/d-300 and he changed the wheels fron 16.5 to 16 and put 235-85-16 on. Now the front tires hit the stabilizer bar when he turns real sharp. He says he is going to remove the stabilizer bar . I know they were an option on some 4x4's but would that be wise on a 2 wheel drive. I'm no expert but I can't remember ever seeing a 2 wheel drive without one???
 

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Do you mean the sway bar? Not all trucks have those...
 

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D-300 ? i think it would take an awful lot to make it sway anyway,unless it's loaded
 

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They call it a stabilizer bar in the Haynes manual .could also be called a sway bar I think it clamps to the strut and to the frame
 

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I've owned 3 Dodge Dakotas.. and only 1 came with a sway bar.. I don't see him using a D-300 for a high speed cruiser ( or at least he shouldn't be).. So, if it's in the way, lose it. Just my opinion though
Aaron
 

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Thanks ,I learn something new every day. He plans on pulling a 26 foot gooseneck trailer . As far as speed , well it's a 440 truck and his other vehicle is a 70 AAR so who knows LOL.
 
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