sway bar?

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by cruiserka, Nov 23, 2003.

  1. cruiserka

    cruiserka

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    I was thinkin of takin out the swaybar to free up some sspension travelbut was wonderin how does the 60/62 handle on the street without em.
     
  2. cruiseroutfit

    cruiseroutfit Supporting Vendor Moderator

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    Really it comes down to your current suspension setup...

    You will most likely notice the difference, but most don't ever put it back on after taking it off... :D

    Make yourself a quick-disconect setup and call it good...
     
  3. theferg

    theferg

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    I took my swaybar off about a year after I got my FJ60 and my road ride actually IMPROVED. Hitting bumps allowed the springs to work. The lift was only 2 to 2.5 inches so there was pretty much zero body roll. Now that I am SOA, I'm thinking about hooking up some swaybars though. I'd say, take it off, try it out and see if it's even any different. If not, just leave it off; if it body rolls or sways more, but flexes better, make a disconnect kit. Hey that reminds me, mine had a disconnect kit on it--I wonder where it is...

    -Ferg-
     
  4. customcruiser

    customcruiser Old Member

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    fawk swaybars -- just slow down alittle around curves

    my 4Runner has none
     
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