Originally Posted by grenMEG
couldn't you just make a Quick disconnect system for the trac bar instead of throwing down...?$150?
The problem with a disconnect or long shock is the whole thing about keeping the drag link and track bar in parallel to eliminate bump steer. The stock track bar is a fixed-length bar; therefore if you have a lifted jeep you have to use track-bar relocator brackets to keep things in line which still only gets "close" to parallel. Good luck with that especially if you have a custom or frankenstein lift. Since the telescoping track bar can lengthen or shorten and be tightened at any position, it can be exactly parallel with the drag link at almost any lift height below 6" or so. I had ridiculous scary bump steer at high speeds with no track bar, problem solved with very little headache or install time after the telescoping bar.
1994 YJ, 4.0, auto, only 63K miles, RE 2.5" XD w/ OME shocks, discos, JKS telescoping trackbar, Creager 15X8 soft 8's (4" BS), BFG MT KM 31X10.5X15, SRC Front/Rear bumpers w/ tire carrier