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post #1 of 7 Old 06-02-2019, 08:05 PM Thread Starter
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SwayLOC Quality/Satisfaction

I'm very close to pulling the trigger on a SwayLOC for my 2016 JKU Sport. The manually operated version, not the air operated version.

Those of you who have the SwayLOC, have you had any quality issues or regrets?

I do not want the Antirock. This is my daily driver, so I want to keep the on road stability.
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post #2 of 7 Old 06-15-2019, 08:05 PM
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I used to have the ORO sway bar, switched it out for the PAC Racing sway bars front and rear. When I had mine I could never get the fit right. I had multiple calls and even met with the owner at EJS about the quality and fit, for the price they were asking. I had asked them for a set of bent arm because the straight ones hit everything, I had to grind most of my Synergy trac bar brace off because it hit the arms. Also they used to only make one size bar for the JKs and TJs, don’t know if they make a wider bar yet. The TJ is a lot narrower than the JK making the bar very short. I liked the idea of the dual rate, but for the constant noise and fit and not getting much help from ORO I sold mine and went with the PAC stuff. PACs bars are bigger in diameter than most, giving more control. Just my .02 cents though, hope it helps. I do daily drive my Jeep and it works great.

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I've had them on 2 JK's and 2 LJ's, no issues except throw away the links and make some DOM that fit where you want the arms to set.

Best of both worlds.

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post #4 of 7 Old 07-26-2019, 09:03 AM
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I've had them on 2 JK's and 2 LJ's, no issues except throw away the links and make some DOM that fit where you want the arms to set.

Best of both worlds.
What issues have you had with the links? Mine have been holding up to rock crawling so far.
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Ive had the manual setup on mu jku for about 3 years now. It has been awesome so far no issues at all. Love having the dual rate.
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What issues have you had with the links? Mine have been holding up to rock crawling so far.
Generic lengths vrs correct and I don't like the 3 piece design.

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The only issue I've seen with the OROs locals are running has been a tendencey to break the inner bar at the splines. Other than that they work great.

I've had the Teraflex Dual Rate on my '09 JKUR and like it a lot. Only issue was a broken inner bar at the splines right after I first installed it and took it out on the rocks. TF replaced it immediately FOC and it has been on there working fine ever since, about 60k miles on it so far. The combined siffness on the street and trail is such I removed the rear bar entirely.

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