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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-07-2003, 10:41 PM Thread Starter
 
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sway bar quick disc

Well I am thinking of tring to make a set of rear sway bar quick disconects fro the old bronco....here is the idea I plan on cutting the rear links at about 2 inches from each end and then findng a peice of tube to fit over then drilling a hole in each end and pinning it...so any ideas of how thick the tube needs to be for this aplication or if I should even bother...I know I dont even need the thing but I am going to be towing and would like to keep it on atleast for the towing....I know I could just pull it off once I get to the trail but this would be lots easier and I think between all of us on this board we should be able to come up with a very reliable idea that will work great....who knows maybe we can market it with big norms portable shyter [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Re: sway bar quick disc

80B, I think you already know what most of us are going to say...so with that said, spend your creative time making more things like your cool and useful front bumper.

Seriously, you never did answer the question I don't think...what/how much weight will you be towing?
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I will be towing around 4000 lbs full load, it is a 21 foot travel trailer so we will see what happens
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