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I'm awaiting the arrival of my full kit from metal tech , and had questions on regards to the sway bar .

Does your sway bar rub the coilover even with the relocation plates installed ?

Are you running without the sway bar ?


Would you recommend running this set-up without the sway bar ?

Thanks .
 

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I have been running without both front and rear sway bars for a long time, its the only way to run SAW's! It also nice not having to worry about breaking sway bar links and destroying CV boots:cheers:
 

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Running without the sway bar will really help you articulate offroad but any kind of high speed turning or quick maneuvers (sp?) are going to make you feel tippy. I currently have the SAW front LT shocks and the body roll is minimal but with the Icon's I noticed quite a bit of body roll in the corners.
 

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I have been running my Sway-A-Way coilovers for over 3 years without the front sway bar. When the Sway-A-Way coilovers was installed the sway bar rubbed so I took it off. I would never put the sway bar back on, the Sway-A-Way coilovers handle well without the front sway bar.
 

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I have been running my Sway-A-Way coilovers for over 3 years without the front sway bar. When the Sway-A-Way coilovers was installed the sway bar rubbed so I took it off. I would never put the sway bar back on, the Sway-A-Way coilovers handle well without the front sway bar.

Thanks for your reply .


I'm going to try it out .
 
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