X3, the last thing you want to remove on a TJ would be its track bars. It'd be bad enough to remove the rear, but removing the front track bar would mean you couldn't steer... the steering would instead move the axle side to side if the track bar wasn't there to prevent that from happening.
And for the same reason the track bar is required, because of the TJ's coil spring suspension, it's not a good idea to remove the antiswaybars either.
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