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08-09-2010 06:33 PM
FREDO 4X4 Thanks i think im going to go collar on the inside of the sway bar. Im thinking it wouldnt take much wear before they are able to move again. Cause im up 5.25 inchs on 35's she rolls around alot. I managed to find a pic maybe i will make some of these tomorrow if i have time. I will post pics when im done. The demensions of this one is 1-3/16" Bore, 2-1/16" OD, 1/2" Width.

08-09-2010 05:59 PM
Cons_Table Replace the sway bar bushings...and/or add shaft collars to the inside. I replaced my bushings because I was having the same issues and it stopped
08-09-2010 05:57 PM
FREDO 4X4
sway bar swifting

My sway bar keeps shifting to the left side and the right side keeps catching up on the frame when im driving. Not off road or anything just around town. Its not causing any problems besides a little noise and its annoying. Any ways i was thinking about removing the sway bar and welding on some butters on the outside of the bushing. Any advice would be great i just cant figure out why it keeps shifting and always the same way.

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