Hello everyone ! I am new to this form so this is my first post :2thumbsup:
I have a 94 Wrangler YJ just bought it a few weeks ago ( Not my first Jeep ) and every time i go over a speed bump / pothole / bump the sway-bar link makes a horrible clanging sound and its not too appealing. After looking at it , it does not even look like there is any kind of rubber left on it. I have been looking online and can not find one that looks like it will fit it. Its a stock sway-bar. Haven't been to the parts store to see if they carry them but has anyone else has this problem or found the bushings online? if so please post a link ! :thumbsup:
11-09-2013 12:12 AM
Pull the sway bar. Problem solved. Yank the track bars too. Other problem solved.
11-09-2013 03:59 AM
Listen to the man/legend. It took me far far to long to actually commit to doing this after reading these upon thread on here. Ride, comfort, and flex are greatly improved. My Jeep is 85% a daily driver. My tush can only thank Anti....... wait that came out wrong :-/
11-09-2013 02:01 PM
Could i just take out the sway-bar links for now ?
11-09-2013 03:21 PM
Its easier to pull the whole swaybar instead of messing with the tapered bolts on the links. Pull it and reassemble on the bench. Cold the links on themselves to clear the pitman arm and remove from passenger side.