So I have a 98 tj with three link front and double tri 4 link rear and fox 2.0 remote res c/o's hp60 front and 14 bolt rear my question is can I use a stock one Ton sway bar for the rear and make my own quick disconnects also using poly mounts for the sway bar? The sway bar will be mounted between the frame and body
If all else fails just get the universal antirock kit for the rear that has the right length torsion bar. The stock TJ rear kit is not what you want. Depending on what you all did in the front a front antirock might not be do able. Still just a rear antirock makes a coilovered TJ a lot more drivable. Mine leans a bit in turns but it will out corner my other TJ on 35's
Put the link in the second hole and you are good to go
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Ha thanks man I was just asking bc this is the custom section I'm a machinist in te marine corps I was thinking of making a anti rock but just thought that idea was a cool cheap way to run a sway bar and yes I need it to run on the street this is my dd my build thread is project inch worm
I've been DDing my linked up yj for awhile without any swaybars and it really isnt that bad aslong as you adjust the dual rate stop on the coilovers. I've got the stop set about 1.5" above the slider at ride height so it'll lean some then hit the stop and kick into the heavier lower coil. It's actually just as stable as when it had leaf springs.
With this said I'll end up needing an antirock once I start messing with the valving in my shocks. The bar will end up in the same spot as aw12345.
@aw12345 from the picture doesnt look like you'll ever get into the secondary spring
Aw1234 Yeah I dont doubt you do use all the shock travel.... Wish I had such great places to use mine.
What I saw in your first picture is a dual rate stop about 2" below the adjuster. Which would mean you'd be running on the combined rate until maybe the last 1" of uptravel. If the slider even hit the rate stop being that high. I know on my fox shocks it'd never reach didnt think kings were much different. I had my stops high like that in the rear when I first installed them and it was real loose and leaned bad since it was super soft. Adjusted them down and it controls the lean some and rides better at speed. Its kind of a bandaid till a swaybar is added but helps. If you adjusted them after that picture its a mute point just goin by what I saw.