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Hey Guys, (and Gals), I love to hit the powder alot and removing the swaybar makes a huge difference in how a cat handles in the deep white. Does anyone know if disconecting the arm on one side comepletly disables the way a swaybar functions or do you have to disconect both sides to get it to fully rock from side to side. I'm riding a Crossfire and it seems a little rediculous that a hybred trail/powder machine doesn't come standard with the ability to disable the swaybar dont you think? Ran my 02 ZR for 4 seasons without a swaybar in it but dont think I'll try that with the Crossfire. Any help would be appreciated.
 

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one side works, just find good way to retain opposite ends bushing(don't leave the arm on, it'll interfere with the lower ''boss'' on a-arm as each side goes through seperate travels not being ''linked'') so it stays in place to support bar itself :div20:
 

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you dont think it will look stupid with one end connected and the other removed???

just disconnect both ends...


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Originally posted by HOUGH@Sep 29 2005, 11:42 PM
you dont think it will look stupid with one end connected and the other removed???

just disconnect both ends...
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yes, but this way it only takes approx 5 minutes for full function when wanted or necessary :div20:
 

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5 minutes huh??? what if you drop the wrench in the snow??? :dunno:


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Originally posted by HOUGH@Sep 29 2005, 11:46 PM
5 minutes huh???  what if you drop the wrench in the snow???    :dunno:
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:dunno: that's YOUR PROBLEM Dan!!!! :wut60:
 

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I can't remeber but I think it was SLP maybe that made a kit for the ZRs and 01or02 Mtncat limiteds that replaced one end of the sway bar and had a quick disconnect system. The whole sway bar remained in the sled but when disconnected it let the one arm move independently from the bar and other arm. Looked like a very slick system not sure if it would work on the crossfire but i'm assuming they are still using the same size end so it should work work.
 

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Originally posted by HOUGH@Sep 30 2005, 12:00 AM
im waiting................    :zzz:  :zzz:  :zzz:

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here ya' go :bottom:
 

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Originally posted by HOUGH@Sep 30 2005, 12:08 AM
i see its kick Dans ass night, tonight....      :doh:  :help:
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just wanted to make sure you're''awake''tonight, been sleepin' a lot lately i see :beerchug:
 

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Originally posted by C-NOTEPLUSf503@Sep 29 2005, 11:15 PM
just wanted to make sure you're''awake''tonight, been sleepin' a lot lately i see :beerchug:
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hey! you wanna keep me awake get in line... thats her job! :ladys-man:


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Originally posted by HOUGH@Sep 30 2005, 12:39 AM
hey!  you wanna keep me awake get in line...  thats her job!  :ladys-man:
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were we talkin about swaybars or gaybars??? :augen41:



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all you have to do is take out the bolt that attaches the end link to one a arm, and the sway bar will be totally disabled.

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Replace the bolts with clevis pins & hitch pins. That way, you won't need any tools to disconnect the stabar.
 

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Originally posted by Krom@Sep 30 2005, 01:13 AM
all you have to do is take out the bolt that attaches the end link to one a arm, and the sway bar will be totally disabled.

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krom,,, there is still a real good(great actually)chance the arm and a-arm''mounting boss'' will interfere with each given the proper conditions, not trying to outwit you or nothing, think about it, they do overlap(arm hole resides directly over a-arm boss hole) :div20:
 
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