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sway bar relocation bracket question

I'm trying to determine if I should get 17" reel drag wheels or 15" drag wheels. Both have pros and cons. Pros for 17" - match front wheels which look better and do not have to relocate sway bar. Pros for 15" - allows for more tire which means better traction and cheaper tires. Cons 15" - Looks and what does relocaton bracket do for handling? Cons 17"- less rubber O.D. which is primary reason for drag radials "traction".


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15" hands down! What do you care about looks for? These aren't going to be your daily tires... are they?

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I can live with the looks but don't want to upset the handling any by moving the sway bar bracket. Does anyone know if this will cause handling issues.

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