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Did you install longer swaybar links when you installed your lift? I have the stock links with my 2.5" lift and was curious if anyone bothers with lengthening these.

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85 CJ7-4.2L,T-176,D300,2.5"lift,32"BFG MT,Durabak,York-Air,HEI
 
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I have JKS disconnects, they are for 2-6" of lift, on my 85 CJ-7 with 2.5" suspension lift. I think at 2.5" lift, the stock links are OK, they are just a pain to disconnect when you go wheeling.

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"Swaybars? We don't need no stinking swaybars." I removed mine, never put them back on. I have 4" Superlift and RS9000 shocks, so it's pretty well setup without them. My older brother and his wife also removed them, but their jeeps sway a little on road (like ridin' a greased beach ball down a ski slope)/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif. They have '76 & '79 CJ-5's with OME 2.5" YJ conversion and RS9000's. The TJ is even controllable without the front one, but in the winter we don't take a chance, so we connect it (disconnects anyway). Without it the bumps really disappear on the road.

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Re: sway bar?

Agreed! We don't need no stinkin' swaybars!
When I added my suspension lift I left the sway bars disconnected for a while and never noticed a difference. So I removed all the stuff and sold the disconnects.

Keep on Jeepin'
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If you ever tow anything you will wish you had the swaybar.

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