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11-15-2009 09:42 PM
Schmo
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Originally Posted by twinstackram View Post
So it sounds like mine is the only one without a rear swaybar, so would that make it rare and worth more
I was helping a buddy wrench on his Jeep today and noticed that he's got a stock rear sway bar laying around that he'll no longer need. It's off a Dana 44 axle...I'm not sure if there's any difference when it comes to the sway bar . . . if not, let me know if you'd be interested . . . he has the bushings and mounting brackets too . . . not sure about the four bolts but that's the easy part!
11-10-2009 07:18 PM
twinstackram So it sounds like mine is the only one without a rear swaybar, so would that make it rare and worth more
11-10-2009 06:56 PM
jbone303 I have a 98 se and it came stock with one on it. ALL come with one weather its an se or not
11-10-2009 06:07 PM
Schmo This is how it should look . . .

11-09-2009 07:46 PM
Schmo
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Originally Posted by twinstackram View Post
here I am, it will be wed. before I can get a pic,it's dark when I leave and dark when I get back,I seen on the front of the axle where something has been or should be mounted to,on each side of the axle there are brackets with threaded holes that are 3" to 4" apart vertically.

Yeah that sounds about like where the bracket that hold the bushings and sway bar should be attached to the axle. Sounds like somebody's been foolin' around under your Jeep.
11-09-2009 07:29 PM
twinstackram here I am, it will be wed. before I can get a pic,it's dark when I leave and dark when I get back,I seen on the front of the axle where something has been or should be mounted to,on each side of the axle there are brackets with threaded holes that are 3" to 4" apart vertically.
11-09-2009 02:15 PM
Schmo What happened to twinstackram?
11-09-2009 09:27 AM
adawg38 that's be it! mines an 06 se and I have a rear sway bar it jus doesn't stick out like the front as well.
11-06-2009 10:31 PM
nicolas-eric Rear sway bar end link (red circle).
The sway bar is between the frame (green circle).

11-06-2009 10:24 PM
Schmo
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Originally Posted by twinstackram View Post
We are the second owners,it only had 15k mi on it when we got it,ours is an 06' but my parents have a 97' se I'll have to check theirs out,we have a guy not to far from here that has a bunch of jeeps,I'll have to pay him a visit.
can you stick a camaraunder there and take a handful of pics of the rear axle? from the front or driveshaft side would make it easiest to tell.

It should look like this
11-06-2009 10:21 PM
twinstackram We are the second owners,it only had 15k mi on it when we got it,ours is an 06' but my parents have a 97' se I'll have to check theirs out,we have a guy not to far from here that has a bunch of jeeps,I'll have to pay him a visit.
11-06-2009 08:45 PM
nicolas-eric The TJ needs a rear sway bar. It will keep the body and the wxles in a good angle. Without it you will not have more flex. With +3" of lift I would install longer rear sway bar links.

Where did she look for the rear sway bar? With the tires on itīs hard to find.



Installing some disconnects in the front will give you way more front axle travel.

Here you can see how much one front tire can go up and the other one can go down with a non-disconnected sway bar:





On these pics the one and only difference at the front suspension is a disconnected front sway bar:






Btw sorry for the ugly chrome. That are old pics...
11-06-2009 08:34 PM
Schmo
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Originally Posted by twinstackram View Post
Well wife is back and just went and looked and it don't have the rear sway bar, just wondering how different it would drive and handle with one.
You'll have to check with other SE owners but that doesn't sound right to me at all . . . are you the first owner? I don't understand why the SE would be any different.


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Originally Posted by adkjoe View Post
Whats the difference between an SE and other wranglers (besides rubicon)
The SE is a 4 banger.
11-06-2009 04:55 PM
twinstackram Well wife is back and just went and looked and it don't have the rear sway bar, just wondering how different it would drive and handle with one.
11-06-2009 02:58 PM
adkjoe Whats the difference between an SE and other wranglers (besides rubicon)
11-06-2009 02:43 PM
Schmo
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Originally Posted by twinstackram View Post
I'll have to look when the wife gets home,but If I remember when I put the lift on I didn't see a rear sway bar,I know the se is a stripped down model but wow no rear sway bar!
Well the SE is so small and light . . . LOL j/k . . . I can't say that I'm 100% as I've yet to crawl under a SE but I can't imagine why a SE would be any different as it's got to have the same basic components and the sway bars are more of a safety item.
11-06-2009 02:21 PM
twinstackram I'll have to look when the wife gets home,but If I remember when I put the lift on I didn't see a rear sway bar,I know the se is a stripped down model but wow no rear sway bar!
11-06-2009 10:49 AM
Schmo
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Originally Posted by twinstackram View Post
I have an 06' se and I'm thinking I don't even have a rear sway bar,is this possible?
Only if you or someone else removed it. Look at your rear axle . . . you should see a thin bar that bends around the top of the pumpkin and has a link (probably a 6-8" plastic peice if its stock) on each side attaching it.
11-06-2009 10:01 AM
adkjoe Just Front, I made these, they work great, cost $7

Jeep Homemade Swaybar Disconnects
11-06-2009 09:54 AM
twinstackram I have an 06' se and I'm thinking I don't even have a rear sway bar,is this possible?
11-06-2009 09:19 AM
jgano23 just front. discoing the rear is very dangerous.
11-06-2009 09:17 AM
adawg38
Quick Disconnect Question

I got an 06 tj with 31's and a 2" BB I was thinking about quick disconnect swaybars do I need front and rear or just front? I read elsewhere just front but I want to be sure. Thanks in advance.

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