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Jeep Wrangler TJ SwayLOC - Stop the Sway

Outer Torsion Bar
Robin Stover | Writer
Posted May 1, 2010

Unleash Some Extra Flex

If you own a Jeep Wrangler TJ, you probably already know that coil springs and links afford gobs of flex-enough for virtually any moderate trail scenario. However, until you disconnect the factory antisway bar, you may not realize how much articulation it conceals. To unleash the full potential of Chrysler's award-winning link suspension design, we recommend installing sway bar disconnects, or better yet, a replacement antisway bar setup like the SwayLOC setup from Off Road Only (ORO).

The SwayLOC is available in two configurations. The first version is air operated via a small pneumatic ram. The second design is much simpler, with a manual "flip-a-lever" interface as shown here. Both designs achieve the same result, but the air-powered version, like many modern conveniences, requires additional equipment, not to mention a bit more of an investment. While push-button operation is nice, we like things to be simple, and that is exactly the case with the manually operated version of ORO's SwayLOC.

SwayLOC Availability
Current applications include TJ and JK, but by the time you read this, applications for XJ and ZJ should also be available; the TJ application can fit the YJ with additional tabs to mount the lower links to the axle.

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Sources

Off Road Only
St. Paul, MN 55104
651-644-2323
www.offroadonly.com
Overkill Jeep Fabrication
Campbell, CA 95008
408-626-8660
www.arabiasoverkill.com

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