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5. Honestly, I cannot believe this sway bar had been cut and sleeved. I am assuming that this was done because the suspension kit makes the track width so much wider that the sway bar was too narrow. All I know is that the first time you cut, torch, weld, or dent your sway bar, you alter the spring rate and effectiveness of the sway bar. Oh, and adding hollow, umpteen-inch-tall sway bar drop brackets can pretty much make sway bars useless anyways. Also, notice the welded-on alignment cams at the lower A-arms.