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post #1 of 2 Old 09-26-2009, 01:35 PM Thread Starter
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Take off Sway Bars?

Anybody removed their sway bars? I'm wondering how bad the body roll would be without them. I need to replace all the bushings or take the bars off. I catch those low hanging rods on rocks sometimes, so I wouldn't mind taking them off. But I also drive on twisty mountain rd's alot so I wouldn't want to delete them if the roll will be bad.

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My front bar is disconnected (broke it wheeling last year) and the roll isn't that bad on my moderately lifted 95 w/ 33's. However I have been looking into, but haven't bought yet, a set of quick disconnects, to replace the stock sway bar end links. They're about $100 a pair, but would be the best of both worlds, and looks like they'd only take a minute or so to disconnect for wheeling, but pop right back on for the twistys. Hope this helps, I just did s search for universal sway bar end links and was able to find a few options, you just need to make sure you get the right length. Good luck!

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