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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by DavidB, Jul 14, 2006.
Where'd I see it????
In 4 wheeler or 4wd and sport utility I think it is from skyjacker
Found in JP. Crappy camphone pic, but you get the idea. What you guys think?
Most of us have tossed the bar.
That one there in the pic, yeah, its a Jeep thing and I don't understand X-Bling.
and most comp buggies and many trail buggies run swaybars doesn't look like any standard "jeep thing" to me.
Comp definetely yes, although I doubt a competitor would rely on a sway bar "switch". Trail, K10A was looking for opinion, IMO they make a cool sound when they hit the cement.
As far as what vehicle marque typically has the least pinstripes/most bling...but I guess I don't understand.
I'd like to run as light a spring rate as possible on my ride....that can lead to sway....so I might try fabbing some if I need sway control.
You can fab on one of those Anti-rock systems.....I was down at teraflex and they had a built blazer in there with them front and rear. I would only use them in a coil-over rig.
Exactly. If you want something highly tuned for OffRoad, that you can switch for Highway so you don't flip off the on ramp, a disco is it. For most though, SFA with leaf springs would be good for inspecting a roadrace course. Take-it-off is good-enough.
I am quite happy with my discos, rides like normal with it connected, and sways and leans like crazy without them, also a HUGE difference when wheeling with them connected and removed.
It all boils down to your own preference, your rig, your dirt/mud/snow/sand/blacktop.
sorry I fail to see why coil-over only? if you are running really lgiht spring rates its going to sway. My Coil sprung S10 sways like crazy(no shocks yet though).
Dont be a wussy, I tossed my swaybar a long time ago and my blazer is a daily driver running on custom Deaver Springs that are really soft. You just get used to it after a while.
I don't mind a little sway. But sometimes I drive thru the mountains near me. Steep grades and sharp curves, and I don't like to slow down, and my truck will be heavy.
It depends on the driver and vehicle. It seems aftermarket "lift kit" springs are often more resistant to sway than factory springs.
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