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12-25-2008 11:47 PM
distortedtj
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Originally Posted by punkafi888 View Post
we will just call it mechanical failure..
Trackin.
12-25-2008 10:29 PM
punkafi888
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Originally Posted by distortedtj View Post
I'm not going to suggest you speed at all.

And I'm not the "fella" you want to tell your braking the law.


I'll pretend I didn't read it.
we will just call it mechanical failure. i run both sway and track bar i find its a much more predictible ride.
12-25-2008 10:01 PM
payj90 can you try having it dont at a diffrent shop. some diffrent shops look at diffrent things.
12-25-2008 09:42 PM
afrats That sucks that you have to put it in. Do they care how it's mounted? I'd be putting it in with quick disconnects. I have one, but it's not that long and I'm in Colorado. I'm sure you can find out in a junkyard.
12-24-2008 06:33 PM
AWCFlyr Anyone have a rear track bar they ae willing to part with? VA State Insp. won't pass me w/o it. Have a 6" lift on my YJ so it needs to measure 35" from bolt to bolt.

Thanks..
12-14-2008 07:11 AM
spazinweasel indeed they do
12-14-2008 02:17 AM
flattietj track bars suck
12-13-2008 06:27 PM
ty95yj ok thanks guys
12-13-2008 12:48 PM
Jeep_Geek Not having sway bars will cause more instability than not having track bars.
All track bars do is help keep the axle centered under the jeep which leaf springs do fine by themselves.
12-13-2008 08:49 AM
spazinweasel you should be fine i dont have anything on mine the axles are held only by the springs. you will want to take it easy and get a feal for how it acts in all situations but youll be good
12-13-2008 12:16 AM
ty95yj hahah ok. i didn't want to put you in that position. thanks for the help though
12-13-2008 12:15 AM
distortedtj I'm not going to suggest you speed at all.

And I'm not the "fella" you want to tell your braking the law.


I'll pretend I didn't read it.
12-13-2008 12:12 AM
ty95yj thanks hahaha. so even if i speed a bit here and there you think ill be ok?
12-12-2008 11:55 PM
distortedtj They are not needed. Here read this ..........

http://www.wranglerforum.com/f8/got-...-qs-23686.html
12-12-2008 11:52 PM
ty95yj
trac bars

is it a bad idea to not run trac bars on the road? i have no sway in the front and thats not so bad but i dont want to rip out my trac bars and like flip around a turn at normal driving speeds...(about 5 over)

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