|06-06-2011 04:00 PM|
|6InARowMakesItGo||do whatever you want i just hope you don't hurt anybody.|
|06-06-2011 03:54 PM|
|Pock Heebs||Yeah it can't be that terrible, I never go more than 5 over and don't take turns at rediculous speeds|
|06-06-2011 03:05 PM|
|6InARowMakesItGo||you don't drive it to its limits unless you're in an emergency situation. so you won't completely notice the lack of sway bar until you need it because you don't drive it to its limits of grip until you're in an emergency situation. driving without the front sway bar is like driving without seat belts or airbags. you don't really care, because the jeep is manageable, until you need them.|
|06-06-2011 02:36 PM|
|drewcipher88||I say if you drive carefully its okay. I haven't had sway links on my jeep for 4000 miles. Take corners at posted speeds and just drive carefully in general.|
|06-06-2011 02:36 PM|
|NHrubicon||2003 rubicon, 4" lift..33x12.5x15 Cepek Crushers, JKS quicker disconnects (until last month, then we installed Currie AntiRock system) but I ran the JKS for probably 4 years. Many times we came out of the woods all muddy and dirty and I didn't feel like hooking up the sway bars again...and highway driving was fine. Yes, there was 'some' body roll but the lift is good and solid so I never felt unsafe. And the steering wheel might have been off from center (don't know why) with the disconnects off but that didn't affect driving it on the road. If you have a lot of body roll, then you don't have a stiff suspension and it can make driving a hazard.|
|06-06-2011 02:30 PM|
|06-06-2011 01:06 PM|
|Pock Heebs||Why not if u drive carefully?|
|06-06-2011 12:01 PM|
|06-06-2011 08:06 AM|
|Pock Heebs||I have a quick question, I have JKS disconnects on the way and I currently have one broken stock link...can I go ahead and take off the stock links to save time on installation day? If so, does the sway bar then slide down and hang basically? What do I do about that?|
|06-06-2011 07:31 AM|
|arcountryboy||Jeep Homemade Swaybar Disconnects|
|06-06-2011 12:25 AM|
|6InARowMakesItGo||size 55 i think|
|06-05-2011 10:40 PM|
|Drakea94||I'll try it in the morning thanks|
|06-05-2011 10:26 PM|
This is the best pic I have of the original sway bar link. You'll take the bolt out of that lower end that's hanging there. It'll be attached with a torx bolt to a tab on the axle. One per side. Hope that helps.
|06-05-2011 10:20 PM|
|06-05-2011 10:19 PM|
|Ageless Stranger||Let me see if I have any old pics...|
|06-05-2011 10:11 PM|
Thanks for the quick reply
I'm not good with the mechanics and thing do you or any one have pics of how to do this ?
Thanks agin drake
|06-05-2011 10:03 PM|
|Ageless Stranger||Hello Drake. To disconnect your sway bar take the bolts out of it on the axle end, then use some zip ties or similar to tie it up out of the way. Then go wheel it.|
|06-05-2011 10:01 PM|
How to disconect factory sway bar ?
How do I disconnect my factory sway bar for flexing or offloading ?
Thanks drake .