Price: $50.00 Pros: quick and simple Cons: can be a pain to put back on Recommended? Yes
Comments: great product over all. I did have to find a different pin to keep them on my jeep as I would loose them every time I went wheeling. found some snap rings that wok a lot better then the pins they supplied. inexpensive way get the front unhooked so you can wheel.
Price: $130.00 Pros: Quick, grease-able, way more articulation Cons: kinda hard to use the first couple of times Recommended? Yes
Comments: great product. i only have problems the first couple times cause the bushing were still brand new and it was hard to get them connected back to the suspension cause it pushed on the washer and made the cotter pin hard to put in. other than that they are awesome, off road they are f***ing cool, you get way more flex and a WAYYY better ride
Price: $100.00 Pros: Strong and simple; available sized for 0" of lift. Cons: Lubing every 3k; retention system requires drilling into frame. Recommended? Yes
Comments: These discos work as described. I would have done the budget thing instead but I was replacing broken OEM parts damaged by the previous owner and TF's discos are available sized for no lift.
The included installation instructions are basic but there is tons of helpful stuff online. They can be tough to re-connect when the front end is not level, do-able though. I didn't install TF's retention system as I don't weld (yet) and didn't want to drill into the frame. Bungies work fine, easy fix.