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Rear Swaybar help

Need to know what the difference between these two OEM sway bars #52124303AA and 52089484AD, Need to know if one is solid and the other is hollow, and also the dia. (5/8 or 3/4)
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Re: Rear Swaybar help

Both rear sway bars are solid. The thicker one is noticably heavier . Also, different bushings! And in some cases new brackets are needed too.

The front sway bars are the same diameter, so you have to know your part numbers to know if you have a hollow or solid bar.
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Need to know what the difference between these two OEM sway bars #52124303AA and 52089484AD, Need to know if one is solid and the other is hollow, and also the dia. (5/8 or 3/4)
Thanks in advance
check out justforjeeps. I upgraded to the srt swaybars. Commander and srt sway bars are the same. You will just need bushings for your 2010. If your doing the front 08-10 wk's have same size swaybar just hollow. Srt bar is solid but same size. I would recommend doing both instead of just the rear.
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Re: Rear Swaybar help

The thicker rear is the SRT bar. Replace in pairs or you will have mega understeer. SRT bars give a harsher, bouncier ride versus stock, but they do improve handling and cornering. IF your roads are rough, I'd stay with stock, also they are not suited for off road, too harsh.
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The thicker rear is the SRT bar. Replace in pairs or you will have mega understeer. SRT bars give a harsher, bouncier ride versus stock, but they do improve handling and cornering. IF your roads are rough, I'd stay with stock, also they are not suited for off road, too harsh.
Finally something we can agree on. Don't know why someone would only do the rear bar. I've upgraded both front and rear. Massive improvement
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