sway bar bushings
Does anyone know if the jk comes from the factory with polyurathane sway bar bushings. I had a 99 tj and I pat them on along with bilstien shocks and it realy helped the ride and handling. thanks in advance.
Are you referring to the bushings that hold the sway bar to the frame or the bushings in the connecting links. I think Poly Performance makes the former bushings, not sure about the links though. I can see shocks helping a lot though over the stock ones, esp if they are not the gas shocks.
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The links themselves are actual ball joints(I think one end of one isn't). Better than polyurethane if you ask me.
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