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Old November 16th, 2005, 12:33 AM   #1
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has anyone thought about making swaybar disconects for the dodges?? I think I might try makin some for mine... if anyone knows some that are already out there let me know please.
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Old November 16th, 2005, 12:34 PM   #2
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Yes, Dodge did. They are factory equipment on Power Wagons.

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i told u ryan just drill the bolt part put a wing nut on and then a clip past it so it dont vibrate off
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yeahi know but im not sure if they will bolt up to my 94, i might try the clip thingy
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I know of a few people that have just taken theirs off and said they didn't have any problems driving it down the road. Was thinking about trying it my self since it takes about five min. to do with out quick disconnects.
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I dont think noodels gona wana just take it off all together... he drives home on the freeway quite often.. he's also runnin 35's so it sits up a tad bit more...
Body roll would be a scary mother on the exit and entrance ramps..
i'd say just keep the end links well lubbed and bolt them back up when u go home..
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I have drove it with out the sway bar on and holy crap its scary, and i didnt evenget on the freeway. Id like to leave them in tack for the trip home and stuff, but for off road, id like, to .. well be free!
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I have driven mine both ways, and yep, lots of sway without it on. I like the wingnut idea, never thought of that. Someone also said Jeep ones will work on Pavement sucks I believe, but I am not sure.
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I cant seem to find where I read that post but I guess they were wrong. I haven't tried my self but thats just what I have heard. sorry...
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I am thinking about messing with it over winter break, wich is in like 2 weeks. I am thinking of something to use a snap ring, like for a 3point on a tractor, that way you can pull it on and off . who knows if i find something ill let ya know.
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