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post #1 of 3 Old 03-16-2004, 01:13 PM Thread Starter
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I took my Jeep out for the first time 4 wheelin it's a 93 Jeep YJ. I'm the third owner and it's never been offroad. It's got a 2.5 Rough Country lift. While I was out at the park a couple guys had me drive up a ramp to see what kind of flex I had. I drove about half way up when the guy stopped me because the Jeep wasn't flexing. The guy came over to the Jeep and pushed the driver side down and there was definately NO flex. How can this be fixed and would it be easy?

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Disconnect your front sway bar, and remove your rear track bar. You can buy quick disconnects for the sway bar to make it easier.


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Originally Posted by skylinerider
Disconnect your front sway bar, and remove your rear track bar. You can buy quick disconnects for the sway bar to make it easier.
and don't forget to either get a telescoping front track bar, a disco for it, or remove it entirely if it will still drive alright.

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