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Based on the very little I've read, I still need to research more, the RAS can help even if you don't tow.

Really any information is appreciated.
 

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Helps with axle wrap, too. :)
 

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Helps with axle wrap, too. :)
Well, I should mention what I have first in the rear.

PRG traction bars, C-30's, 1.5" block.

It says the body roll is greatly improved. Is it enough to notice though? I am lifted, so I'm more top heavy than stock to begin with. It feels like I need more weight in the rear. ie: sand bags in the bed.

The rear tends to hop around when on rough road.
 

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The Deavers should be a little softer than stock withouth the overload spring in the pack, and with that traction bar you shouldn't be hopping around. :dunno: Shocks???

The RAS will stiffen it up back there, which intuitively I'd say should reduce body roll.
 

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Hmmm. If the C30s are actually stiffer, that could account for the hop. I'm not familiar with their spring rate. I know the Deavers tend to sag more under load not having that overload spring, but I don't know if they're a stiffer spring or just have a higher arch.
 

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I think it's a combination of both. The arch of the spring and the stiffness.

I have Radflo 2.0's in the rear.

Once I put the deavers in it was a night and day difference. It was MUCH stiffer. Like I said, it just feels "light" because there's not enough weight to compress anything.
 

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I ran them for awhile. Based on my personal observation, if I were to build a Titan drift/street/track truck, I think the RAS would keep that back end planted (for fairly cheap).
 

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That's exactly what I'm thinking.

Easy install and like the sway bar, but without the clutter of a rear sway bar.
 
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