swaybars

AJTorris

New member
Ok so i typically run a sway bar when i am prerunning a trail. I came off a few jumps and bent the axle side mounts. I had to raise them a bit due to rock krawler steering. Well since they are raised they were easier to bend.

What do yall do as for sway bars? Is there a way i can make a stronger axle side mount? Im thinking running two pieces of plating upward and boxing in the sway bar link, but i dont see how i can do this with the steering, coil bucket, and steering stabilizer in place.

Anyone have any ideas?
 

AJTorris

New member
lol... as for shocks i have 7100 remote res. I do need to bump stop and put my limit straps on. But even still those two wont make the jeep more stable. If i go into whoops at speed it gets sketchy with out the sway bar. Then again im pretty tall for go fast stuff. sittin at 6 1/2 to 7 in of lift.
 

Johnnie Walker

Piece of Fish!
NAXJA Member
I think that Kevin added some gussets to his axle side swaybar links, mostly due to having to trim them for his steering issues.
 

sallys xj

New member
I run anti rock sway bars by currie along with Bilstein 5160s and Deaver coils. Rides greant and handles nice at speeds. Best of luck.

 

AJTorris

New member
there we go... i like those, but i have been fabbin up my own style that will go on both sides of the bottom link.
 
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