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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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