Swaybars work as a torsion bar....dealing with twisting forces. One end link is mounted on one side, and other on the other side... their function is to control body roll. As in, when one side rocks down, the swaybar keeps the other side from rocking up....like the leaning in a turn.KENNY said:alright, im gonna go back to my newbie days, but while yall are on the subject..
WHAT do swaybars do? and if i take mine off, what will it affect ON the road - if anything? thanks, sorry
Depends on how long it takes you to install hubs. :goodfingeSNIBB said:i spend most of my time on the road. but once i get a 4" lift, i may take em off. just for those certain situations. but if its too bad on the road, id put em back on. which brings me to my question... how long does it take to uninstall/install? please say as long as it takes to install hubs.
TCRIMSONK said:Can anyone explain why people flip the ends of the sway bars? Is it just to get a little more clearance? How difficult is it? Wouldn't it mess up your allignment?
My bronco has to be reliable on the road, so I don't think I'm ready to take them off completely. Would it be worth my trouble to flip them?