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My front swaybar lasted almost 2600 miles. This past week in Glamis it finally said no more! I came off a riser and sent it a little higher and farther than anticipated landing on the front drivers side wheel first. The impact was enough to snap the swaybar. LOL!

Actually pleasantly surprised it lasted this long and impressed the stock links have held up. On my 2018 I broke the links a few times, 2 stock front swaybars, and an Eibach front swaybar. The dunes are not nice to them. Seems the 2021 front swaybar is a lot tougher.

Have not driven without one in a while and forgot how much more the car wants to push in turns without the swaybar. Time to order up a new one.
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I snapped one on my 19. Luckily the oem sway bar is cheap!
 
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I snapped one on my 19. Luckily the oem sway bar is cheap!
Rocky Mountain has them really cheap.


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Rocky Mountain has them really cheap.


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I know! That's where I got mine. Like $68 or something, including links!
 
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If someone local (N.ID/E.WA) wants mine they can have them. Front and rear from 22' Max XRS 72" w/ about 5hrs use.
Otherwise, they're going to the scrapper as I'll never reinstall them.
 

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I know! That's where I got mine. Like $68 or something, including links!
I could not find the one that comes with links on RM. Tom send me the part number but it does not show up for some reason.
 
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