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Old 12-13-2019, 05:35 PM
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Yeti XD sway bar end link

https://steersmarts.com/collections/...t-2-5-3-5-lift

I realize it’s all about marketing. After reading through all the “reviews” and the claims of positive effects, I still have to wonder how a fixed mechanical linkage could make such a difference regardless if how fancy it looks. Is this for real???


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I would think that better shocks than stock would be more beneficial than just getting new sway bar links. Those do look good, but for the money I would get quick disconnects.

Now their trackbar, that’s some beef!

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I realize it’s all about marketing. After reading through all the “reviews” and the claims of positive effects, I still have to wonder how a fixed mechanical linkage could make such a difference regardless if how fancy it looks. Is this for real???
There is a thread about these.
https://www.wranglerforum.com/f202/y...s-2374547.html
I think they look cool, but they really can't deliver all the things they promise from them. And they don't appear to be easily dis-connectable. But perhaps they would work with some other vendors quick disconnect hardware. But at that price, shouldn't they come with QD hardware?

Some of the reviews remind me of reviews from people about how great Slick 50 was. Ages ago I had a guy tell me about the change in rpms he experienced after adding Slick 50 to his engine oil. Never mind that it doesn't work that way. He was convinced that it did, and that his money was well spent.
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