Carli Ford F250/F350 Super Duty 2017+ Torsion Sway Bar - 2.5"/3.5" Lift - CJC Off Road
Carli Ford F250/F350 Super Duty 2017+ Torsion Sway Bar - 2.5"/3.5" Lift - CJC Off Road

Carli Ford F250/F350 Super Duty 2017+ Torsion Sway Bar - 2.5"/3.5" Lift

CS-FTSB-LVL-UPGRADE -1

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Like any other spring native to a stock Super Duty, the factory Sway Bar is nearly immobile. Conversely, it’s the most neglected spring on the vehicle as people fail to look past the front coils and rear leaf springs when looking to “soften” the factory ride. Well, the factory sway bar is essentially a brace locking the axle to the frame. What does this mean? What you hit with one tire is immediately transferred to the other tire and into the frame causing a high frequency reverberation/chatter felt in the cab. If you’ve ever hit a manhole cover on the driver’s side tire and felt a shake in the entire truck or you’ve ever entered an off-camber driveway and smacked your head on the window – you can thank the factory sway bar. Truth be told, it’s responsible for many of the small-bump compliance gripes thanks to immobility.

So where does the factory sway bar come in? These trucks are heavy pigs… Even being radius arms (MUCH better for sway control than a 4-Link), a bit of supporting spring rate plays a substantial roll in keeping the body roll in check and suspension composed. The Factory sway bar is setup to load the truck to it’s MAX legal weight and haul it safely – for this application, there’s no better bar. Throw a 3,500 pound cab-over camper in the bed and hit some remote mountain roads en-route to your destination and it all starts to make sense why Ford did what they did.

For everyone that’s not loaded to the GVWR daily, the Carli Torsion Sway Bar provides the final link lightening the last spring on the truck maximizing the ride quality of the Super Duty Platform. Keeping your factory bar limits comfort, removing it completely makes for questionable control when hauling or emergency maneuvering. After several revisions and years in development, the Carli Torsion Sway Bar Splits the Difference perfectly allowing a small amount of differentiation side to side before progressively engaging to add the needed control as leverage is applied. Rip corners in the dirt with surgical precision knowing there’s exactly enough rate to hold the body steady while cutting your line through the dirt. Hit the tarmac and enjoy the benefit of the lighter rate bar cruising around town with it’s on-road feel reminiscent of an independent front suspension – no more chassis reverberation on small bumps and let the suspension dance in the level cab while hitting off-camber driveways

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Kevin Laronde
3.5 Commuter 21 F250

CJC was awesome to work with! From order updates to the customer support was bar none one of the best. Will definitely recommend to anyone looking for a company that cares! I can’t review the product as it hasn’t been installed yet, however just looking at all the components they look to be made of quality (Made in the USA!).

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Kelly
Smooth Ride

So I would like to start the review by discussing the ride characteristics. It is a noticeable ride difference.
I do not off road. I have 35” tires on a powerstroke.
I drive northern highways, side roads and gravel and dirt lanes. I would say 80% of any jerking or sharp reaction to holes and bumps are gone. The trucks still rocks and heaves over hard bumps but they don’t jar me anymore. Smaller road cracks are absorbed much much better as well. I would refer anyone to this upgrade. I don’t know how much of my ride improvement is from the new coils or the new sway bar or a combination of both. Perhaps the shocks are absorbing it as well. I will say again, the front has a much softer ride, and going over speed bumps result in much less rocking of the truck. Good job carli.
My installation review. Please put an indexing tooth on your sway bar. The level of anxiety thinking that there was a chance that I could install the arms not properly aligned was worry some. I would add a recommendation if you are not willing to index the bar to ensure they are aligned, would be to provide a technique of measuring the links from a location on the frame before you start tapping those legs on. Because if you have to pull them off because they are misaligned, well good luck with that. Also, I would recommend if powder coat isn’t going to be cleaned off of the splines of the sway bar during the manufacturing process that you add in the instructions to wire wheel them clean of any possible coating prior to installing on the truck. I love the machining and quality of the bar and legs and links. Top notch, just consider adding these details to help others have a smooth install.
Thank you Carli for taking the time to produce such a well designed suspension improvements. It elevated my f350 to another level.
Brian

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Michael Kelsey
Fitment was spot on

Kit installed and fit perfect.. In my opinion the truck should of came with this kit and 37’s