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I just need to know if I really need the front track bar on my 95 YJ. I have a 4" lift on it and I already pulled the rear track bar off. The vehicle is mostly a daily driver(just for info). Thanks for the help

Rich

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I can tell the difference on the hwy without mine attached(although my 89 very rarely does much Hwy travel), I leave mine on except when doing extreme trails. I have about a 6" SOA lift, I also use the sway bars on the road most of the time. They all get disconnected for Rock Crawlin,it only take a few minutes.
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I get mild bumpsteer without my tracbar attached, and notice some swaying at high speeds (70-90, but I dont have the sway-bar either.) If you reverse the shackles you will no longer have any need for a trac-bar...

 
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unbolt the axle end and tie it up. then run it on the freeway to test it out. if you like it, take it all the way off. if not just put it back on. takes only a few minutes. i took mine off and i am ok. just depends on the angle of your steering as to how much it will affect bumpsteer. i have no trackbar, 4" lift, and not drop pitman arm. enjoy the flex!
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