Originally Posted by Yoox_II
You seriously took the time to reply with "buy a car"? Very cool
Yes I did. You're comparing the handling of a heavier, 23 year old (at least) truck with 5.5" of lift, with who knows how much higher center of gravity, to a 2016 IFS truck. It will never be a sports car. It's all a function of physics and leverage against the center of gravity.
If you seriously want to reduce body roll:
-As mentioned, check bushings
-Lower profile tires
-Stiffer sway bars
Remove all weight possible from above the CG
-Lower the truck (IMO, a body lift is the single worst thing you can do for handling)
-Wider wheels and tires
-Higher tire air pressure
- yes, buy a car.
All these come with penalties. All you are doing is moving the kinetic energy that the body roll took up, and redistributing it somewhere else. At the end of the day, you'll still have an old truck, which, while very cool, will likely never handle as good as a new truck.
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