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PostSubject: Performance Trailor Hitch!   Fri Feb 13, 2009 5:21 pm

So, my turn to sound dumb... Would a trailor hitch on my 96 DGGM help with role, like a sway bar? The hitch has been on the car since I bought it. Not really knowing if it would benifit in the corners and keeping it a partial sleeper, trying to fool those young ricers.
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PostSubject: Re: Performance Trailor Hitch!   Fri Feb 13, 2009 5:48 pm

onehunglo wrote:
So, my turn to sound dumb... Would a trailor hitch on my 96 DGGM help with role, like a sway bar? The hitch has been on the car since I bought it. Not really knowing if it would benifit in the corners and keeping it a partial sleeper, trying to fool those young ricers.
It will infact stiffen the back part of the frame and in turn stiffen your ride, yes. The last place that the two frame rails connect is where the shocks mount above the rear differential. The gas tank takes up the rest of the space back to the bumper, which is the last point the rails connect, but not solidly enough for there to be a difference. The Buick roadmaster sedan does have a bar connecting the two rails at the back, where the bumper shocks mount to the frame rails.
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PostSubject: Re: Performance Trailor Hitch!   Fri Feb 13, 2009 5:55 pm

I'd seen the Buick brace sometime ago and that was what got me thinking of leaving it on. Well maybe I'll just have to test it, with or without. Thanks!
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