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PostPosted: Thu Dec 28, 2017 6:31 pm 
whew, finally
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Took off my sway bars since I'm running ORI's now and have no need for sway bars.

Selling my rubicon sway bar with JKS end links. All certainly used but in reasonable condition. The sway bar electronics and motor have been no problem and I don't think they've had any water enter. The mechanical half of the sway bar seized once a few months ago and I rebuilt it and greased the insides then it worked again. It's pretty easy to rebuild and grease if you ever have problems again. It was a bit stiff re-connecting in the morning when super cold on a recent overnight snow wheeling trip but did re-connect after a few minutes, and worked perfect all other times since rebuilding. If you pay full price I'll re-build it again with low-viscosity grease for you then it should be great for years of use, I used some grease that was probably too heavy weight and holds back the spring-release when too cold.

Don't expect perfect condition here and the bearings and stuff are a bit worn (but absolutely fine), but these run you more than $1500 from a distributor new OEM.

Can be put on your JK Rubicon if your motor died, or you can convert it to a knob or pneumatic for any vehicle with kits that a few companies have put out, or figure out some way to hack the electronics.


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