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Thread: Rear Sway Bar Installation, good or bad

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    Default Rear Sway Bar Installation, good or bad

    I see that there is a rear sway bar kit for the Scout II. Is there anyone out there who has installed it on there Scout and is it worth the money ~$150. From the details of the package and how it is installed, it sounds like it should minimize some of the back end sway.

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    Default could be nice for towing

    Quote Originally Posted by waycool View Post
    I see that there is a rear sway bar kit for the Scout II. Is there anyone out there who has installed it on there Scout and is it worth the money ~$150. From the details of the package and how it is installed, it sounds like it should minimize some of the back end sway.
    If it is a quality product and actualy has been seen to work on the scout I would be interested. On most of the heeps I pull out of the mud they have the sway bar quick disconnects so on the road and hauling you get a little more behaved ride and then pull them off for more articulation off road. Where did you find them?

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    Summit and Jegs both sell the kit. It clamps around the rear axle and ties into the frame rails. I think ADCO sells it. Just by the kit instructions, it sounds like it would really tighten the rear movement up. Before I decide to get that, I need to restore the rear ride height. My rear springs are beat and the rear needs to be raised an inch or two.

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