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Unread 04-04-2002, 02:31 PM   #1
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Sway bar disconnects

Ok, let me start out by saying "Thanks" to all of the great people who have helped me in the past. Your wisdom, opinions and even sarcasm is enjoyed and appreciated!!!

Ok, it's time for my next mod. I'm planning on ordering disco's next week and had some questions (as usual). Do you guys (and gals) prefer the two-piece design like the JKS's or the one piece design like the Teraflex? Just trying to get an idea of what works well out on the trail. If I went with the JKS's, it would have to just be the Quick Disconnects since you have to weld something on the Quicker Disconnects. Not a welder here and don't know anybody who is. Not a problem though. Just trying to find as much info and opinions on these before ordering. I did a search and really couldn't find a difinitive answer. And no, making my own is out of the question. Not that talented or have the right tools. Thanks in advance for any and all input. Oh, I forgot what my signature says, but I've got a '95 YJ with no lift. Pretty much stock for now except for some minor accessories.


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Unread 04-04-2002, 02:37 PM   #2
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Good choice on the 95 w/ a 2.5L! We'll show em all won't we!
My method that I currently run is a ratchet and zip ties for my Sway Bar Disco. <img border="0" title="" alt="[Wink]" src="wink.gif" />
But I if had to choose (and I will soon) I would go with JKS.
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