Rebuilding my 75 CJ5. Should I run sway bars on both front and back axles or just one or the other? Also what are the pros and cons of each placement?
Asked by Justfixit from Palatka fl. on
Hi Justfixit, This ADDCO Front Sway Bar helps the Jeeps handling especially at highway speeds when cornering. The front one really helps, they really are not needed in the rear. Thanks for your inquiry.
Answered by Jim G Ext 4806 from Palatka fl. on
i have a 1979 c5 with a 4in lift will is work.
Asked by blu jeep stev from victorville ca. on
Hello Blu Jeep, The ADDCO Rear Sway Bar will work however you will need longer sway bar links than included with the kit. Thanks for the inquiry.
Answered by Adam from victorville ca. on
I have a 3.5 inch BDS suspension. I need this bar to pass VA state inspection. 93 Wrangler Sahara. Will this fit my jeep?
Asked by Josh from Charlottesville VA on
Hello, Yes this will work as long as you have the extended end links. If you have anymore questions feel free to ask, Thank you.
Answered by JordanC extension4833 from Charlottesville VA on
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