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  1. Bullcycles

    Hellwig? Hell, yeah!

    Yes the difference is pretty noticeable with a load in the bed. It’s a lot tighter in the turns. Overall pretty happy with the change. No signs of any wear. Don’t really expect any.
  2. Bullcycles

    Hellwig? Hell, yeah!

    For sure.. loading up the dirt bikes this weekend.. they always make the truck feel “mushy” in the turns.. ill know right away if this is helps with a load in the bed. I’ll keep an eye on it all and post results.
  3. Bullcycles

    Hellwig? Hell, yeah!

    Process is the same as OEM manufacturing process. They are all “crushed” on a press. Just a different location. I highly doubt they are heat treating or normalizing these parts. Even so the bar itself is made to flex. Been welding fabricating for 20+ years, i know a bit about metallurgy. This...
  4. Bullcycles

    Hellwig? Hell, yeah!

    Thanks! Looking at the pics of the Hellwig they are 1” apart on center. So i did the same, 1” center to center. That keeps the connecting rod at a good angle, so not to put much more stress on that part.
  5. Bullcycles

    Hellwig? Hell, yeah!

    Well i decided i would just go ahead and be the Guinea pig here… Went ahead and dropped the bar on my lunch hour and take a look. Pretty easy job. You will need a shop press to flatten the tube to allow extra room for the second hole. but after that its cake. Took it for a ride through the...
  6. Bullcycles

    Hellwig? Hell, yeah!

    Anyone try just drilling another hole in the stock swaybar? I know the hellwig is a bit more heavy duty.. but if putting it on the stock setting (rear hole) pretty much feels stock.. then I would assume drilling the stock swaybar would stiffen it up just the same? And free :)
  7. Bullcycles

    Engine Rattle at 2,000 RPM ?

    Old thread I know, but did you ever find the issue. Have the same issue on my 20 1500 5.7. Anyone else have the issue?
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