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Old 05-27-2015, 09:55 PM
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So today I removed both of my track bars. Best thing I've ever done to the ride. It rides so much smoother now!

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So today I removed both of my track bars. Best thing I've ever done to the ride. It rides so much smoother now!
Did you pull the sway bar too?

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No? Where exactly is the sway bar? My bad kinda new to Jeeps
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No? Where exactly is the sway bar? My bad kinda new to Jeeps
Maybe a little more controversial with regard to pulling it off.

I did on both YJ's that I have owned, never had an issue and liked the softer ride better. NOTE: that both were mostly in town run abouts. Do your research and decide for your self.

Sway bar is in the front. Runs parallel to and behind the front bumper. Connects to the frame by two metal loop strap thingys with rubber liners. Connects to each end of the front axle via sway bar links.

You can pull the links and tie the sway bar up out if the way to try it out. This is common "disconnect" for off road use that allows for more front axle articulation.
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No? Where exactly is the sway bar? My bad kinda new to Jeeps
Safer to install "Sway Bar Disconnects" like these...
Wrangler YJ | Sway Bar Disconnect | Quick Disconnect
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Maybe a little more controversial with regard to pulling it off.

I did on both YJ's that I have owned, never had an issue and liked the softer ride better. NOTE: that both were mostly in town run abouts. Do your research and decide for your self.

Sway bar is in the front. Runs parallel to and behind the front bumper. Connects to the frame by two metal loop strap thingys with rubber liners. Connects to each end of the front axle via sway bar links.

You can pull the links and tie the sway bar up out if the way to try it out. This is common "disconnect" for off road use that allows for more front axle articulation.
I did the same. Keep the sway bar tho with the quick disconnects. No problems. Won't flex if you don't. Rides nice.
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Okay thank yall

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