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Is it worth fitting anti roll bars to my 1990 Vogue?

Is it a difficult/ expensive job?

My Vogue only does tarmac driving and just want to improve the handling.



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Go for it ! I saw a bloke on 'Trademe' advertising a rear unit with bushings for sale last week ? Have a look underneath to ensure if you already have them fitted.

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CSK said:
Hi.

Is it worth fitting anti roll bars to my 1990 Vogue?

Is it a difficult/ expensive job?

My Vogue only does tarmac driving and just want to improve the handling.



Cheers,
This is a loaded question. Just adding roll bars wont make it handle much better unless you have stiffer coils (OME), and stiff shocks. Replacing the bushings would also help your handling. What roll bars will help with is lean during high speed evasive maneuvers, helping you keep control. If you want noticible all around handling improvment I sugest a set of super stiff OME coils, Bilstein shocks, roll bars, and poly bushings.
 

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Hi. I bought my soft dash earlier this year, the vendor had replaced the air suspension and fitted new coils and anti-roll bars bars. it handles like a dream, corners v well. My friends are amazed. I will only ever do mild off-roading so this is fine by me. I grew up with RRCs and am v familar withe usual wallow....go for it! 8)
 
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