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post #12 of (permalink) Old 07-09-2006, 07:18 PM
MountainBiker
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Originally Posted by Kevin
With the problems the sway bars can cause, and as I disconnect them when I go off-road, I'm thinking of just removing the front sway bar altogether.
I sure like having anti sway bars! I'm really close to having a quick disconnect solution for the end links. After I finish the prototypes and they (hopefully) test out well, I'll provide a drawing and parts list.

After getting the SX lift installed recently, I noticed there was a bit more torque on the endlinks due to the control arm angle. Do you think it broke because yout stock endlink couldn't handle the angle, or because of an impact with a rock? The later comment is because I thought you showed a pic where the bracket had been damaged.

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