|01-31-2009 07:13 AM|
|CJ2WRANGLER||Cool, thanks for all of you guys help! I think I'm just gonna get some new poly bushings and put it back on one day.|
|01-31-2009 01:28 AM|
|1BLKJP||I'm going to assume that you have the front connected still. You shouldn't have any issues with it. Like the others said you will notice a bit more roll, but you're used to driving your lifted jeep already so you know it doesn't react like a sports car.|
|01-30-2009 07:27 PM|
|JakeSahara||i have i few miles with both disconnected and i have not seen any problems beside you scare the sh!t out of your passengers on the corners..|
|01-30-2009 06:41 PM|
|nicolas-eric||With the front disconnected and the rear connected itīs perfect IMO. With both disconnected it rolls too much.|
|01-30-2009 05:56 PM|
May be a very little more bouncy in the rear.
If you do wish to reconnect it autozone carries the bushings.
|01-30-2009 04:16 PM|
Rear sway bar are disconnected
I unhooked my rear sway bar because the rubber on the diconnects was wore completley out. How bad of a ride should I expect, I know that it will "roll" a little more in the turns, but will it effect anything in a bad way?, Thanks in advance