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    JKU Rear Sway Bar

    How much with the feel of the Jeep change if I remove my rear sway bar? Iím wanting to do this before the MJ Adventure, but I donít want to create big problems. Iím running a 3.5Ē game changer with rocksports. I appreciate any real world feed back.


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    No body? Come on. I will give you a hug for a response....


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    We took ours off on the JK when lifted. I never had it on lifted so I cannot tell you the difference.

    My suggestion, remove it and try it for a while. There are only six bolts holding it on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    We took ours off on the JK when lifted. I never had it on lifted so I cannot tell you the difference.

    My suggestion, remove it and try it for a while. There are only six bolts holding it on.
    May give it a shot. Could be something I do here before heading to Moab.


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    Leave the rear on, you really don’t gain anything and you will be more stable on off camber stuff and on the highway.

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    I run a hellwig heavy duty rear off and on road.

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    You can take it off with minimal impact, but depends on what other mitigation you did, And don't go thinking you can still run 90mph on the freeway

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    No need, Just going to restrict all of those expensive Metalcloak bits you bought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrwildebeast View Post
    You can take it off with minimal impact, but depends on what other mitigation you did, And don't go thinking you can still run 90mph on the freeway
    I couldnít afford the gas to go 90 mph lmao!

    I decided to just leave it on. I didnít see any restriction while running it last week. I will eventually replace it with a anti-rock.


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    I been wondering the same thing. I’m also headed toward the Anti-Rock.

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