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Sway Bar Kits for 2002 F250 7.3 4x4?

Who makes a good kit? Any experiences?
I'm looking at the Hellwig 7677, but thought I'd check for some real world experiences. I've got a small light camper, but getting some body sway on road cornering.
Thanks, Roger L.
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Helwig will work but I perfer the Ford 30mm...we have complete kits.
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Helwig will work but I perfer the Ford 30mm...we have complete kits.
Can you say why? I've no experience with either. The only comments I've heard on the Ford kit were that it was more compliant, hangs down farther (in the way?) and that it costs about twice what the Hellwig does. I don't know how much if any of this is true. Truck was bought new, carries a lightweight popup camper...mostly on rough dirt roads rather than true off-road use.
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Well thats sums it up..I'd add better fitment with the Ford kit also.
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