No worries. Could be any of those, but the usual suspect is the bolt, and the bolt hole, not being the same diameter. A lot of us took off the front sway bar, and feel it rides better than when the bar was on. If you're still under warranty, take a shot and see if it's covered. Wouldn't hurt.Thanks for the reply. Does it have anything to do with heavier boxed A arms? Or maybe jumps?
you would be surprised what would be covered under warranty even with aftermarket partsYou can see the stronger links in the picture. That is strange to say the least that would cause a thick piece of metal to break, but sounds like a recurring problem. I ordered some limit straps and will go without a sway bar now. Should get better articulation and help save the axles. BTW, not under warranty. They would probably deny it anyway with the mods: portals, boxed A arms, 35" tires, etc.
Thanks for the info.
That is amazing that you have gone through so many. You are probably right that some people may not even realize theirs is broken. I only found out mine was broken when I was taking it apart to replace an axle.I've broken three of them and am on my 4th one at 10,000 miles. For me they only last about 2500-3000 miles before they break. I bet there are a lot of people out there driving around with broken front sway bars that don't know it because you can't tell they are broken without disconnecting one end or the other.