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Old 03-21-2006, 04:17 PM
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Swaybar

The project is comming along nicely,but slow...

We will be wiring lights and installing dash speakers while the
hardtop, doors and windshield are off. Plently of arm and leg room.

Tires when they come in will be 31" (actual 30") on the
alloy 15 x 7 rims that were on the Jeep when we bought it.
May go 15" black steel...

So the question is should we go with the disconect link on the
front sway bar???? Oh we only went with the 2" shackle lift
= +1" extra clearance. Or will it NOT be a benifit with only 1"
of lift?????

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i ditched my swaybar with only ~2" lift and the flex differnece was night and day. lose it....u'll feel better

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There's really no need for sway bars or trac bars on leaf sprung vehicles. But I guess it's all about your preference.
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Old 03-22-2006, 12:34 PM   #4
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Disconnect them and swing them up out-a the way, zip tie em to the fender support. Drive it like this for a while.....make sure you include all of your normal driving conditions......If your happy with the way it handles then take the whole thing right out, if not....you can re-connect them and then spend the $ on quick disco's.

I bet you end up yankin it out. No difference on road, off road flex is Much Better.
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I took mine off 6 years ago. Never missed it.
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Old 03-24-2006, 09:44 PM   #6
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Ther is one thing you may need your sway bar for. It makes a nice pry bar.

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