sway bar/ disconnect probpem
Just recently went to at an off-road event and upon disconnecting I noticed the bolt has been gouging my frame on the front passenger side. Then after a bit of confusion and help from a friend I found out the sway bar has been sliding left and right without me realizing it allowing the bolt at the end of the sway bar to rub against my frame. So my question is do I need to get a new disconnect system like a Currie antirock so it wont slide and eat any more of my frame since they don't come that close to it? Cuz now I gotta fill the gouge with weld/fill weld it or a plate over it er whatever.
2014 Willys Wheeler 2 door with custom dual 10 subs, dash/soundbar speakers and head unit
97 Wrangler SE, 33'' KM2S, 4'' lift, warn front bumper, rugged ridge 8500 HD winch, spare swing open tire carrier, genright rock sliders, currie antirock front swaybars and other extras