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Rear Sway Bar Quick Disconnects?

I know theres some guys making homemade ones for the front, but anyone have any for the rear?


i found these for a jeep:
http://www.mountainoffroad.com/catalog/QD's/qdiscon.htm

didnt know if something like that could be swapped over to a ranger setup, id assume it just means finding the right length and bolting them on


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I guess those would work you just have to get the right bolts. Wonder if they would work for the front?
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no, fronts a different setup
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ide ditch the rear sawy bar...


but thats just me...
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hahaha, is that the new saying?


well, im not a 100% hardcore offroader, its a street machine, i like the added antibody roll pertection they give onroad.
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my money says that you will barely even be able to tell.

but thats just me...

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When I put my sway bar on in the rear, I noticed it pretty quick going down a downhill turn
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i dont run any and dont mind it at all. ditch the ***** (***** meaning rear sway)
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I was thinking about taking mine off but I dont know.
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^worse case, you put it back on
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No, worst case is you drive like you still have it and flip the thing on a highway on ramp..
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my money says that you will barely even be able to tell.

but thats just me...

acully I added my rear sway bar and i doupt i would ever take it back off for my reg cab truck it helps TONS on cornering on this truck.
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