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3. To install the ORO SwayLOC system, our friends at Overkill Jeep Fabrication in Campbell, California, removed the factory antisway bar and front bumper. Removal of the front bumper was not necessary, but it allowed us an unobstructed vantage point to photograph the installation process. The majority of aftermarket and even stock TJ bumpers requires slight clearancing to allow room for the SwayLOC arms' range of motion. Notice that each of the factory TJ frame rails is tied together with a tubular crossmember. This crossmember is what houses the new SwayLOC setup.