Need some info on QD's for my 12 JKU. Are there any available? Is this something I should get?
creepycrawler, The JKS sway bar disconnects are one of the better quick disconnect kits made for a JK. As a OEM replacement of the stock end links, the install is a simple one. Will make for a real nice upgrade over the factory end links.
Down the road if you ever want to add a lift you can adjust the links to a longer length for a bigger lift. I have them on my JK and it saves a ton of before hitting the trail.
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I'm looking too. With the JKS is there any negatives on the road? I am not lifted either but thinking of doing a 2" AEV lift. thanks jeff
Whether its JKS or any other aftermarket link, they function the same as oem links while connected. It's the ease of disconnecting/reconnecting that is the added gain. Of course aftermarket link are likely to be better made than oem.
The Antirock system is what will handle different on the road that you have to be more careful with.
'99 Chili Pepper TJ Wrangler "Mistress"
Location: where I wheel: N 45║ 36.663' W 123║ 20.935'
Originally Posted by BigManAndy
That's the route I'm planning on going!
You'll be happy with it. Slightly more body roll on the asphalt vs. the OEM swaybar but the performance you get off road, especially on extreme off camber scenarios - is definitely worth it .
I'd had my share of pucker moments when I used to run disconnected, but when I upgraded to an off road specif swaybar, I was amazed at how much control I got back from my suspension. The Jeep still articulates well (see pic below), I just don't see any drawbacks to an AntiRock, despite the slight corner rolls on asphalt.
1998 TJ Moss Green Sahara w/ numerous scratches & dents whose playground is on a tropical island that's 33 miles long and 4-12 miles wide, in year-round 82 degree weather