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Old 02-28-2009, 04:28 PM   #1
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sway bar

I'm brand new to this forum and i'm having a hard time putting my sway bar back on my tj because the bolts against the grill on the bumper are hitting the tab infront of the body spacers in the front. I was wondering if any one knew any tricks or whether or not i'm gonna have to take the grill off. any advice would be appreciated thanks.

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Old 02-28-2009, 06:01 PM   #2
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photos? why'd you have to take the sway bar off?

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Old 03-01-2009, 12:50 AM   #3
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Pics would be helpful and taking the swaybar off increases flex. If you had your swaybar off in the pic on your avatar you`d be able to keep that tire on the ground and have more traction
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Pics would be helpful and taking the swaybar off increases flex. If you had your swaybar off in the pic on your avatar you`d be able to keep that tire on the ground and have more traction
Welcome to the forum Chris.

Just to clarify...


DISCONNECTING the swaybar increases flex .

Removing it is just removing it. To take it off.

SurfnSnow runs a Anti rock on the front of his junk pretty sure.
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Welcome to the forum Chris.

Just to clarify...


DISCONNECTING the swaybar increases flex .

Removing it is just removing it. To take it off.

SurfnSnow runs a Anti rock on the front of his junk pretty sure.
Thanks distorted, yep I'm running the Currie anti-rock and I've got plenty of flex. No need to take off the sway bar when you can easily disconnect the sway bar end links. I'm wondering why the OP took off the sway bar unless it was for a bumper, or winch plate. Either way, if I understand correctly, the OP could take a grinder to the brackets to make it fit but w/o photos its hard to see what he's talking about
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Old 03-01-2009, 01:36 AM   #6
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AHHHH read it wrong. yeah, taking the swaybar off the vehicle is...well, pointless and illegal where im from. DCing it is what I thought he was talking about. Sorry :-D Thanks for the welcome by the way. :P
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AHHHH read it wrong. Thanks for the welcome by the way. :P
No worries we've all done that.


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