OK! Finally done after much tinkering to get the right fit! I'll try to get some trail picks soon. 4" SG custom springs with Fox 8-way adjustable resv. shocks.
Nah, not dangerous. This isn't really articulation, just a lean. I followed the Defenders up this trail to get a feel for the movement w/out the sway bars & feel much more comfortable w/ it now. It takes a few days to get used to it on the road, but huge difference off road.01001010 said:HOLY HEK...that second pic looks Dangerous!
All points taken and I agree with you 100%. If you do more wheelin than everyday driving I would remove them as well. No point in disconnects.SCSL said:Serg & Todd these are good points & I don't dispute them. However, for those who do in fact take their Disco on severe off-road trails, the opposite is also true. Remember that the same body roll that sway bars prevent on-road is reproduced off-road to the same extent. In other words, the sway bars off-road create extreme body roll that will likely lead to rollover on 5+ rated obsticales off-road. The disconnect idea is the safety & comfort compromise but most stiff, long-travel shocks serve similar purpose on road. If I was doing a great deal of daily driving, in a metropolitan area, I would 100% agree with you. I guess it's a matter of drive style, driver experience, and nature of on-road & off-road driving. :drink1: