11-14-2010, 07:15 PM
Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: Sarasota FL
Help ID the front sway link
So while lusting after the aluminum front bumper by Savvy Offroad, I noticed the adjustable front sway link.
I want that.
Simple, out of the way, solid looking. For 3" AEV springs, no spacers.
I don't disco.
Anyone know who makes it?
11-14-2010, 07:17 PM
Join Date: Jan 2010
that looks like the off road only sway bar
11-14-2010, 07:17 PM
Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: houston, tx
probably the oro swayloc
11-14-2010, 07:22 PM
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Riverside/Apple Valley, California
Swayloc I think. I'm pretty sure actually. But also heard it's a piece of junk. Savvy is supposed to come out with their own dual rate sway bar if you can wait. Or go with the Anti-rock, which works well.
2005 Silver LJ
11-14-2010, 07:26 PM
Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: , Northeast Afghanistan
Looks like the old version of the SwayLOC. Not a piece of junk at all, but I wouldn't buy one again. Blaine designed it, and then ORO screwed him out of the design; he didn't get **** for it. Buy an anti-rock or wait for Savvy's instead.
2005 TJ Sport, Light Khaki Metallic
RE 3.5" coils, OME shocks, Currie control arms, JKS track bars, JKS 1.25” BL, JKS 1” BMML, 35x12.5x15 Goodyear MT/Rs, American Racing ATX Chamber (Teflon), JB Conversions SS SYE, Tom Woods driveshaft, Savvy Gas Tank Skid, Warn 9.5ti, Viking synthetic winchline w/safety thimble, Metalcloak bumper, Metalcloak steering box skid, Savvy rear bumper, HP30 w/Aussie Locker, Barnett cover, XRF ball joints, Savvy tie rod flip, mini-skids, housing end JJ's, , Currie Steering, OME steering stabiliser, Metalcloak Tube Fenders/rear flares/rocker guards, ORO SwayLOC, Banks Stinger Exhaust, Cobra 75 WX ST with Wilson Silver Load, S-POD, Alpine/MOPAR RB1 Navigation Unit w/MOPAR iPod integration, Superlift Truspeed speedo correction, Lightforce 140 Lance driving lights, OTRATTW switch panel, Tinted UPOL Raptor Liner, Savvy Black Magic brakes, Centric rotors, Superior Evo rear shafts
In the garage: Viking Offroad 350 series Hawse fairlead, ARB compressor, Savvy corner guards, Novak 231 cable shifter, EBC green stuff/Centric rotors (rear), Savvy tub rails, Savvy taillights
11-14-2010, 07:51 PM
Join Date: Nov 2009
Any machine shop can thread aluminum for a few bucks. As for the rod ends, you can pick them up from Poly Performance. Basically, make you own.
This route would be cheaper than buying from ORO.
2003 TJ Rubicon