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02-03-2010 09:50 PM
buckshot500 I used the stock links on my "90" YJ. I drove the pins out of the swaybar with a big hammer, (while removed) then filed out some of the taper with a rat tail file. The nuts get replaced with washers & hitch pins go where the cotter pins were.

There was a thread on this board a while back, I think it was called "the cheapest sway bar discos ever" or something like that.
02-03-2010 06:29 PM
Stabalizer Bar

Has anyone fabbed their own stabilizer bar with disconnects, and how did it turn out?

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