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10-11-2012 11:01 AM
Speedy4x4 Isn't there a ongoing war on this subject?

In the end.
Try it.
If you don't like it put them back.

Test some quick turns (safely) first before you really need to make them.

Its down to driving style and comfort level.

That's my neutral answer
10-11-2012 09:32 AM
Irongrave with leafs they don't really do a whole lot
10-11-2012 09:20 AM
Keeter6227 I'm think of doing the same thing with removing my track bar's glad I found this thread!! Waiting on my lift to come in then ill make head way
10-11-2012 07:01 AM
4Jeepn have had mine off for almost 2 year I think... no issues with my 4" lift... also don't run a front sway bar(as it busted and I never fixed it) Stable at 65mph on the highway, even when hitting rough spot in the pavement that would have sent my past TJ into fits. As stated remove perhaps the rear one or both do a short drive around town and see how you like it.
10-10-2012 11:59 PM
jokerchief462 I just removed mine went for a drive in town,interstate and offroad no issues all my steering was just replaced and I aligned it also. Steering is positive and straight. No more roll than before and behaves nicely even when I tried to sway it right and left to find out how it was doing. So take em out and check it out. Definitely beetter off road.
10-10-2012 11:24 PM
Should I or should I not?

I am at college with my YJ and all I can really do around here is drive around campus and town. My house is 2 hours away from my dorm and I want to take my track bars off. I have a 4 in lift and 33in tires and I'm wondering if it would be too dangerous to take them off if its a good idea words of wisdom would e great

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