The three bars are the rear trackbar, front trackbar, and the stabalizer links (more commonly referred to as swaybars).
The rear trackbar bolts to the rear axle on the drivers side and then bolts to the frame on the passenger side above the rear axle.
The front trackbar is bolted to the passenger side of the front axle and then bolts onto the drivers side frame.
The "swaybars" (stabilizer bar and links...well...I have a picture to show where they are...
The rear trackbar is easy to find....it's the only thing bolted to the axle back there.
In this picture, you are looking at the underside of the Jeep from the front. So left in the picture is passenger side on the vehicle.
Trackbar is in <font color="red">red</font color>
Stablizer bar is in <font color="green">green</font color>
In this picture, you are again looking at the underside of the front. Again, left is passenger side.
Stabalizer bar is in <font color="green">green</font color>.
Stabalizer bar link is in <font color="red">red</font color>.
So to remove the components on the front, just look at the picture and find the corresponding components and remove them.
Be aware that the drivers side of the front trackbar is a huge pain to remove because it's one of those hated Torx bolts. I'd suggest that if you do remove it, you replace that Torx bolt with a "normal" hex head bolt.