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Default $2 Panhard Disconnect?!?!?

Not doable for XJ...but maybe others>>

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i recon you would get really bad binding if u took it off on stock susp offroad? must work tho.
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Here's the funny thing.....
The track bar is vital on coil sprung Jeeps, but not required on leaf sprung jeeps.....So it's really a meaningless mod - Just my 2c....
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Dammit i didnt notice it was a yj so yeh panhard on a leaf sprung not needed really. i was thinking TJ.
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Dammit i didnt notice it was a yj so yeh panhard on a leaf sprung not needed really. i was thinking TJ.
If it was a TJ you'd get more than bad binding, think stuff all steering and busted up shocks etc as the whole front end moves around under load. My panhard broke and both front shocks are dented from hitting the frame, luckily nothng else got damaged. But yep, with a leaf pack it's not needed at all.

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