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Unread 06-13-2015, 02:08 AM   #1
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Hey all, I'm looking to getting the Manual Swayloc dual front swaybar for a TJ.

I need some information on it though

I have installed the TnT front stretch kit and my axle is pushed forward almost 4"

I need to know the length of the arms. How far back do they extend?

What's the width of the factory crossmember, and will the bushings work in a completely circular tube as opposed to the factory "D" shape?

I haven't had the chance to get in touch with ORO.

Thanks in advance y'all.

- CPL Maskell -
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