1990 YJ 1988 4.3 V6 700r4 automatic with np231c/j
2" spring lift, TJ front shafts, M.O.R.E 5/8: lift boom shackles SOA, Aussie locked F & R Ford 8.8 rear No trackbars No swaybar Smittybilt 8000# winch
BFG KM2 35x12.50 x15 7 AR-767 rims
OBA Pontiac sunfire seats
I am currently only running the front track bar. I removed the rear about a week ago. I have noticed a improvement in the ride quality. Still rides true on the highway at 70. I am going to remove the front one this week and see if I like it. DON'T remove the front sway bar if you are going to drive on the street or highway!!!!!
already have the quick discs and actually prefer the front disconnected but i still generally run with them connected. i just dont wanna make a turn and see my axle keep going straight. ive only ran cars with fourlinks and coils so this is new to me. thanks for the help ill prolly be cuttin her off soon.
mine road like a covered wagon untill i removed the tract and sway bars. there not needed so toss them and dont waste your time building a new one .
92,yj,4.0.ax15,rubi4-1 TC,6" custom lift,hombrew bumpers,sliders, jack and shovel mount,anti wrap bar,posi-lock,d44 rear,d30 front both locked,oba,cb,hand throttle, 35" tires,tag flairs
yj here too 4.5" lift..no swaybar or trackbars..ride and flexes great...if u still unsure on the road invest in jks swaybar disconnects...feels abit firmer...pull two pins out and ur ready to play in the mud n rocks!!
Been driving my YJ without them for over a year now and I drive on the freeway 5 days a week with no problems (it's a 30 mile trek each way) never had a problem with my axles or felt like I was gonna tip over an I've never felt unsafe while driving at 70.
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Yeah, it's most certainly a preference. I tested the waters, and didn't like it. I never felt like I was going to tip. I just like them. Handling feels a bit tighter. Rough Country discos are only $50 anyways.