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Rookie Question on Swaybars

4 September 2000
Just received my Dali street bars, and I need some guidance -- the bars are adjustable, and I assume that of the three holes, the one at the end of the bar is the sofest setting of the three. Am I right? Also, for those of you who have used these bars, which setting do you recommend for daily driving?
Yes, the holes at the outer ends are less stiff because it results in longer arms and therefore more leverage to twist the center portion of the bar.

Mark typically used a black marker to indicate the recommended holes for a starting point. I think they are supposed to represent a front-rear balance similar to stock (but of course stiffer). When in doubt, send Mark an email.