Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: The Little Apple
Don't think the sway bar does much for you unless you're really taking tight turns and hitting a lot of one-sided bumps, e.g. light off-roading.
What's wrong with your original, and why would you want to change it?
Here's a set of sway bar bushings from prothane on amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Prothane-Jeep-Front-Bushing-76-86/dp/B002WN44G4 I recently bought a whole body kit of prothane bushings and installed the front end bushings (sway bar, disconnects, tie rod bushings), and honestly I haven't noticed a difference from stock. The point, in my understanding, is that they last longer because they resist the elements better.