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Old 08-07-2008, 01:49 AM   #1
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my front sway bar broke after i took it out the other day
my question is a buddy told me take the front and rear out and id have more fun
what really will this do for me. this is my dd
i know with what im used to driving, owning and running sports cars sway bars are essential
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Dont run without a front and rear swaybar on road, off road it will be better but on it will be a nightmare. I would suggest either replacing your stock swaybars for now or getting some quick disconnects.
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do you no were i could get some quick disconects
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Yeah the rear is ok to leave out but the front can be extremly dangerous. I bought my Disco's from Rough Country for about 40 bucks. For a ZJ I am not too sure where to get them at sorry. Try Ebay first might get lucky.
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thanks for the info
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Also take a look at this link.
http://jeepinoutfitters.com/scripts/...?idCategory=75
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thanks kyle i seen several things i think ill be ordering. ill list what im interested in to get an opinion on what is thought of it
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Heres a link to poor mans disco:http://www.4x4wire.com/jeep/tech/sus...waybar_Qdisco/
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Yeah the rear is ok to leave out but the front can be extremly dangerous. I bought my Disco's from Rough Country for about 40 bucks. For a ZJ I am not too sure where to get them at sorry. Try Ebay first might get lucky.
Fine for an XJ, but not a ZJ...

The leaves on the rear of the XJ give it a pretty good ride without the rear sway bar(which is tiny and pretty useless to begin with).

But no rear sway bar on the ZJ is BAD mojo. Those rear coils are pretty soft and they need the rear sway bar to help keep control of the extra weight of the ZJ.
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ok is this a good setup up and also what kinda of tires should i go with

http://jeepinoutfitters.com/scripts/...?idproduct=763
http://jeepinoutfitters.com/scripts/...?idproduct=894
http://jeepinoutfitters.com/scripts/...?idproduct=375
http://jeepinoutfitters.com/scripts/...?idproduct=837
http://jeepinoutfitters.com/scripts/...idproduct=1068

please remember this is still my dd so i want a mild setup for now

and should i get skid plates and were is a place i can get some that wont tear me a one

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