|11-28-2012 10:20 PM|
|Ibuildembig||Fwiw the cj7 and yj are 0.1 difference in wheelbase and the later model ones were 2.5 inches wider than a yj.|
|11-28-2012 09:25 PM|
|11-28-2012 08:06 PM|
As far as safety, that seems to be subjective... so let me ask it this way: If removing them makes the vehicle flex more, does leaving them make it flex less, i.e. provide more stability at high speeds?
Yes, there is a safety concern operating on hard surfaces at 55mph plus making sudden movements, like deer dodging. That said, the increased length and width of the YJ (vs CJ) made it much more stable anyhow. Because of this, mixed with the fact that the axle doesn't really need lateral support, most folk think running without em is no different than with, except it flexs more.
There is nothing that is all good at no cost. Nothing.
|11-28-2012 02:26 PM|
|Ibuildembig||Look under 80-04 Fords, they are there|
|11-28-2012 02:21 PM|
|RR14||Is there any safety concerns with taking out the front and rear track bars? I know they or some sort or track bar is needed for a four link setup.. But I've never seen any on old trucks or even new trucks. Was strange seeing them on the jeep when I bought it.|
|11-28-2012 01:04 PM|
|Mitchness||Ditto. Leave it. Enjoy the more comfortable ride.|
|11-28-2012 12:10 PM|
|BPJOOP93||Leave it off. no need for it unless you have to pass inspection.|
|11-28-2012 12:06 PM|
track bar issue
i was curious how the rear track bar went onto a 91 jeep wrangler s. when i got the jeep it didnt have track bars and now idk how the rear goes on. anyone have a picture of some sort showing how rear goes on?