09-04-2017, 04:28 PM
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Join Date: Jan 2014
Location: SouthEast of Denver
I knew that bugger looked familiar. That's why I went out and looked on my Jeep.
I removed my rear track bar a few years ago and I saved the old track bar. Well, I just went out and looked on the old T-bar. The gizmo in your hand is a spacer that fits over the frame side of the rear track bar and fits up inside of the welded bracket.
If you run a rear track bar, you'll probably need it. Without a rear track bar, not.
Tophog offers some good advice. Some Jeepers remove the rear, others remove both. I removed my rear and it didn't seem to make any difference in ride quality, one way or the other.
I think removing the sway bar on a street driven vehicle is unsafe. Some Jeepers disagree, but we all have our opinions. (Sway bar, not track bar). If you plan on serious 4 wheeling then get sway bar quick disconnects.
Good Luck, L.M.
"Wrangler....It's not just a vehicle, It's a lifestyle".
1987 YJ-4.2L-Standard Shift- Re-manufactured Carter Carb-2" body Lift-31X10.5X15 BFG KOs-190K Miles No back seat.
HEI distributor with computer and all related relays and wiring removed.
12K Badlands winch with dual batteries.
Warn front bumper. Matching imitation Warn bumper on the rear.