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Front sway bar.

Discussion in 'Modified 1991-1994 Explorers' started by Palmer7, July 19, 2011.

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    1. Palmer7

      Palmer7 Active Member

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      Hey I just disconnected my front sway bar from my TTB for a browns camp trip tomorrow does anything think it would be unsafe to drive over there with this disconnected or is it not a big deal? I have no lift or anything so I didn't think it would effect much unless a tornado hit me :roll:.


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      And will it be out of the way enough like this so I don't break anything?
       
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    3. Albino 94LTD

      Albino 94LTD Recovering from Moab 2016 Elite Explorer

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      I'm lifted about 5" and haven't run either sway bar for about 2 years. I even tow a tent trailer to some of our wheeling gatherings (like this coming weekend).

      There will be a little more body roll but you'll get used to it.

      Don't be afraid, WHEEL IT. :D :roll:;)
       
    4. Maniak

      Maniak Moderator-Stock 91-94 Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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      Just drive it likes its a truck, and you'll be fine. That means slower, smoother and ignore the body roll. If you try to drive what you feel, you'll go nuts..

      We haven't had sway bars on our 1st gen in a couple hundred thousand miles.

      ~Mark
       
    5. Glen4X4

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      Just maneuver corners at a slower speed and just pay attention to the new characteristics of the truck. You of course will feel a little more sway than before but just use common sense and you should be fine.
       

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