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Limited Vs SRT rear sway bar question

Hey guys,
got a quick question
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the first pic is a limited second is SRT, i read on the forum that the triangular bracket is not required to install the srt sway bar.. from the pics it looks a little bit worrying so i hope i havent read wrong!!! coz even if i dont need the bracket the sway for the SRT is pointing back while the limited is pointing forward!
can anyone confirm if i'd still be able to install the rear sway bar without using the bracket?

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Old 02-06-2011, 03:41 AM
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Re: Limited Vs SRT rear sway bar question

I have the rear srt sway bar and I have had zero problems since the day I installed it. Just make sure to line it up even before you tighten all the bolts. You don't need the bracket you mentioned.
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Old 02-06-2011, 03:43 AM
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Re: Limited Vs SRT rear sway bar question

The second pic is misleading bc it is a srt.. The srt Sway will bolt in and look just like the first pic. and make sure you get the bushings too
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Re: Limited Vs SRT rear sway bar question

Thanks for the reply blackpepper.. and yup got all the bushing and other required fittings already.

was really worried coz i already got burnt once when i ordered the front sways.. turns out my '10 WK already had the SRT sway bar up front!

the jeep will be going to the dealer for the install (the pics were taken by them)

will update!
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Re: Limited Vs SRT rear sway bar question

I don't know how you already have the front sway lol you sure you don't have the rear ,too?
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Re: Limited Vs SRT rear sway bar question

What is the purpose of the bracket on the SRT? Just having shorter endlinks?
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Re: Limited Vs SRT rear sway bar question

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I don't know how you already have the front sway lol you sure you don't have the rear ,too?
lol yeah i was shocked too!
see my previous thread..
Weird option group.. (XDS)


but the rears are stock WK sways
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Re: Limited Vs SRT rear sway bar question

the srt sway bar will fit with no problems. the srt sway links will require that triangle piece. just buy the srt sway bar and wk sway links.
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Re: Limited Vs SRT rear sway bar question

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What is the purpose of the bracket on the SRT? Just having shorter endlinks?
Yes. As stated, you can buy thicker endlinks for a non srt8 WK from bwoody performance (I believe).
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