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Unread 08-10-2010, 07:26 AM   #1
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Quicker Disconnects

After putting on the 2" lift, it was recommended that I lengthen the Sway bar links (hope my terminology is right still a newbie). I was told to use the JKS Quick Disconnects. Here is a link to what I have found.
Quicker Disconnects by JKS
Quicker Disconnects by JKS

Please let me know your thoughts or suggestions or .


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Unread 08-10-2010, 07:58 AM   #2
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Those are what I'm runnin. They are great. Real easy to disconnect.
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Unread 08-10-2010, 08:15 AM   #3
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most people that run the JKS quick discos love them.
i never got them because it only takes a second to remove my Rock Krawler swaybar disconnect.
since i have to wait for the air down on the tires, its a perfect time to disconnect them and move on.

Rock Krawler also have a quick release version. a pin and plastic washer.
i dont use them though but have them if i wanted to run them at a later time.
pull the pins, remove the washer. store them and zip tie the link up high out of the way.

Poison Spider trail during Easter Jeep Safari 2010.
dropped the right front and the swaybar disconnect smacked the drag link.
snapping it in half. LoL...lesson learned and now they are manually discoed.
i relied on the Rubicon e-disconnect too much.

will prevent you from doing this: SORRY ITS HUGE

below are 2 pics from my Big Bend National Park and Big Bend Ranch State Park runs with members from JKOwners.com
i now disconnect them manually and tie them up high out of the way.

theres no feelig in the world like putting 39" of tire below the rock rails. LoL

as you can see, i now ziptie them to the coil-over mount. they are out of the way and easy to reconnect as needed.

i do not run a rear swaybar. the rear Rock Krawler coil-over system doesnt have enough space for the stock JK swaybar.
i can use a TJ swaybar but it is reversed to the JK swaybar. or i can use the Currie Anti-Rock swaybar. just havent picked 2 up yet.
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