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I for one have a broken sway bar link on my passenger side front swaybar link.

 

First off the kid i bought the jeep from had jerryrigged up his own quick disconnects by drilling holes in the links and sleaving it in order to be able to pin it.

 

Well upon trying to unpin them the passenger side would not release. So I pinned the driverside link. Afterward I drove up the first hill at the beginning at Bobcat and the passenger link exploded at the base.

 

I will take a picture or two in the next few days. It was very minor and I really couldn't tell any major difference in road manner on the 1.5 hour drive home, but i bought some real Quick Disconnects, so hopefully i will have them installed next week.

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