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Thinking about taking my trac bars off, how hard is it to take them off and what do you get when take them off?
 

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Theres just two bolts that hold it on. One side is a torx bit the othere is just a nut. I was running a SOA plus 2in lift shackle in the front and no trac bar. When I put my H1 wheels on the added weight caused a bad wobble, I'm looking at put a trac bar back.
 

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All they are are nuts and bolts- pretty straightforward... unless they're rusted all to hell then you'll make friends with either PB Blaster or the torch. Once they're off your suspension will cycle correctly which will smooth your ride out considerably as well as give you more flex on the trail.
 

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i took my sway bar off and got 24 inches of flex with a SOA. track bars are still there. cosidering taking off the rear tho. gonna leave the front for steering issues on hard pack
 
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