Re: Articulation Question
I have a question first, what kind of lift did you use?
Alot of what you hear for suggestions are just that, suggestions. Many mods may or may not work for your rig and your rigs intended uses. Some people don't care about road manners, some do. Some people only do mud, some rocks, some cruise around, some do sand, and some a little of everything. It all depends on your needs and wants.
Get the sway bar disconnects, you won't regret it. Some people actually take the swaybar off, but I don't recommend it. Even the CJ5 has a swaybar and it isn't known for its road manners[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/wink.gif[/img].
Many poeple ditch their track bar on YJ's, they just arn't needed on leaf sprung vehicles. Others ditch just the rear track bar and keep the front. I would start with the rear, make sure that it drives like you want, then maybe take off the front. If it still drives OK then leave it off. I ended up with both of mine off this way. Then there is the whole telescopic trick trackbar thing(of which I still have one new still in the box).
Greasable shackles are a must. They improve the ride and flex of the springs by allowing them to move more freely. This allows them to do thier job better of dampening bumps.
Your leaf spring might also be in need of attention(depending on which you purchaced). The leaf clamps can be loosened, which will allow the leafs to fan more easily when drooping. Leaf packs can be taken apart and greased or teflon pads can be inserted.
You can do a SOA conversion, do a SRS(which technically only helps the ride), Revolvers, buggy springs, extend shocks, and better springs. All of which will have thier own pros and cons, and will each many times require many other mods to work properly.
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