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#9: 05-14-2012, 12:12 PM
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I'd be curious as to how much those help too, because now that I DO have these beefy anti-roll bars, the whole body of the car creaks like crazy over uneven surfaces. In other words, not so much to improve handling, as much as to help avoid flexing of the body in the wagon. I feel as though the rear strut brace is what I really need, as I feel as though that is where the majority of the flexing occurs... though I'm wary of installing something like that which would permanently block the cargo bay, unless there was a model that had some sort of quick-disconnect setup.

I guess the beefier anti-roll bar means a lot more of the stress is transmitted through the rest of the body of the vehicle, now that the suspension can't absorb the uneven surfaces as well.