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03-20-2011 09:50 PM
scott howard i found that my jeep works better off road and rides better on road with the track bars off.
03-20-2011 07:29 PM
tkdfun4u been there done that, removed my rear trac and front, no need with leaf sprung and you wont see them on anything but a chrysler really anyways. i had sway dissconects on my front, i could never tell if they were hooked up or not on roads so i removed sway bar altogether
03-20-2011 11:50 AM
Drpinkydo Shouldn't really notice a difference with or without disconnects, unless you try to take an off ramp at 40mph. I drive without them frequently, because I can't be bothered to put them back when I cone off the trails.
03-20-2011 08:13 AM
Mallia420 I was gonna run just that no trackbars and quick disconect sway links but i bought junk ones with a pin pullout instead of tightening down or unscrewing a nut. So i took that out too
03-19-2011 11:29 AM
Drpinkydo Get rid of the front and rear track bars. You won't notice a difference. As for the front sway bar, I have quick disconnects, so I kept it, but I'm no sure it makes much difference. I am running SOA with a total of 6" lift and 35s.
03-18-2011 11:55 PM
whiteyj Most lifts on the YJ call for removal of the rear. Still running the front and the sway bar. Like the road manners of having them.
03-18-2011 11:53 PM
Mallia420 Thank you very much guys love the setup. heres my results with the tires.
03-16-2011 02:26 PM
Mitchness There's more than a few threads on here about this subject, but take them off. All they do is bind your suspension when it cycles. Leaf sprung vehicles were never meant to have track bars.
03-16-2011 01:59 PM
MikeMTJ Take em' off, and see how it feels. If you think it needs em', leave em' on. If not, just rip them out.
03-16-2011 01:51 PM
Mallia420 Great intell thanks man
03-16-2011 11:58 AM
nyvulcanman my yj has a 4 inch lift with 33 and is a dd and i have no track bars but i did leave the sway bay and have no handling issues at all
03-16-2011 07:59 AM
Mallia420
track bars on yj

I was wondering what would the results be if i removed front and rear track bars and sway bar? It is just a trail rig maybe a sunday cruiser on a warm day i wouldnt have any major problems other than handling would i? Its got a 4 in lift and 33s on it

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