Join Date: Jun 2003
Location: Wichita Falls, TX
dam i didnt know that, this is def going to be something im going to take care of next weekend lol
Yep, the anti sway bar does just that. Limits the amount the 2 corners can move independently of each other.
If you want it to flex at all you have to disconnect it, via removing it altogether or through sway bar disconnects. For a leaf sprung vehicle I'd just remove it. Wheras on a TJ or the like with coils I prefer to leave it connected on the street.
13 GC Overland - (Wife's DD) 5.7, stock
Past Jeeps: 99TJ, 78CJ7, 91YJ, 01WJ, 03TJ, 05KJ