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Old 05-09-2013, 10:12 PM   #1
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Rear sway bar disconnect?

I love goin over rough terrain and twisting but i kno its hard on the sway bar is it ok to disconnect the rear sway links or will the sway bar be ok

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Old 05-09-2013, 10:33 PM   #2
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I'd leave it hooked up. A tj rear sway bar is so light it flexes well and a tj disconnected front and rear can get pretty unruly. My .02

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I love goin over rough terrain and twisting but i kno its hard on the sway bar is it ok to disconnect the rear sway links or will the sway bar be ok
No don't bother disconnecting the rear bar. You won't hurt the bar and you won't really gain any additional flex but it will be harder to control on the road. Now the front bar is a different story, I assume you are disconnecting the front bar. Look into the Currie Antirock if your funds allow it, improved off-road control while maintaining good street manners.
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