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    Sway Bar Motor Rotate with Genright Ultra Low

    Has anyone tried installing Genright’s Ultra Clearance front bumper with the Rubicon sway bar disconnect motor rotated? Just wondering if there are any clearance issues.
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    Looks like it will fit.
    Also, the sway bar will hang down a couple inches or so from the bumper bottom.

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    Or we could send a well written letter to Evo to make just a few more aluminum 1/4 pounders. Just a few more.

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    I think its similar to the quarter pounder as to how the sway motor rotates backwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MericaMade View Post
    I think its similar to the quarter pounder as to how the sway motor rotates backwards.

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    I would think so. The quarter pounder doesn’t allow it to be rotated back though, right? Doesn’t it interfere. Or can you notch out to make it work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLO View Post
    I would think so. The quarter pounder doesn’t allow it to be rotated back though, right? Doesn’t it interfere. Or can you notch out to make it work?
    The sway bar motor? I've got mine clocked and with a Quarter Pounder

    I will say though, it's is tight and with the bumper you're looking at, I doubt it'll work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    The sway bar motor? I've got mine clocked and with a Quarter Pounder
    Me too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    The sway bar motor? I've got mine clocked and with a Quarter Pounder

    I will say though, it's is tight and with the bumper you're looking at, I doubt it'll work.
    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Me too.


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    Thanks guys. I’ll try and see. Once clocked back, is it pretty protected or is the motor still somewhat exposed? Obviously you guys don’t worry about hitting it. GenRight is only recommending that bumper for non-Rubicon models (without the Rubicon disconnect motor) but I just can’t imagine hitting the motor would be that likely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLO View Post
    Thanks guys. I’ll try and see. Once clocked back, is it pretty protected or is the motor still somewhat exposed? Obviously you guys don’t worry about hitting it. GenRight is only recommending that bumper for non-Rubicon models (without the Rubicon disconnect motor) but I just can’t imagine hitting the motor would be that likely.
    All I can say is that I've been running like this for well over 10 years on Moby. Granted, I'm just a mall crawler.

    The reason why GenRight recommends it for non-Rubicon models is because the sway bar motor would not allow you to install it. It would be in the way.

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    Thanks Eddie!


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