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Thread: rear sway bar?

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    rear sway bar?

    Is there any good reason to keep the rear sway bar on a tj. seems like it only hinders the flex with the long arm lift.

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    Club Founder bigrubbers4x4's Avatar
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    take it off and scrap it. thats about all its good for...
    Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body,
    But rather to skid in sideways Totally worn out, shouting "HOLY SHIT.......WHAT A RIDE!!!"

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    seems like with it off the only thing holding me up is the e brake cables. maybe keep them the way they are for limiting straps

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    TG Rock Racing is 2013 K.O.H. Bound!!! dan58's Avatar
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    Keep it. Absolutely keep it! TJs need a sway bar in the rear. Flex is simply overrated. Stability wins! Get a Currie AntiRock up front. TJs should have them from the factory.
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    I have to agree with dan, tj's handle pretty shady with out a rear sway bar

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    Shady on road or off. I don't plan on driving this on the road anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 00tj View Post
    Shady on road or off. I don't plan on driving this on the road anymore.

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    Three link. Dump the sway bar.
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