Here's my solution for no quick disconnects. I got this from a buddy because I did not order them from rough country when I purchased the 3.25" lift. This solution is equally effective and cheaper You'll need 4 5/8" adjustable draw pins from tractor supply 2 lock pins A 5/8 or 3/4" drill bit Sockets, t55, and a bfh. (Big fing hammer) Step 1 remove sway bar bolts with t55 and 18 mm socket. Save the washer Step 2 inside the bushing to the sway bar links on the bottom end there is a metal bushing. Beat it out. I put the 18mm socket between the frame and sway bar link put the draw pin on the other side and whack with bfh.
Along frame there is an oval slot. Mount a draw pin on each side align before tightening by mounting sway bar links to it (dish soap helps them slide on. Be sure to allow room for the washer so you don't damage the bushing every time you put the pin in
Use drill bit to drill the old 1/2 hole big enough so you can mount the other draw pins on the bottom. Again leave just enough room for the washer so you don't damage the bushings each time you disco.
Total cost was $23.