Originally Posted by Potts
@Pluke... I know man, you're definitely right. It's in the plans... Was thinking I'd wait till I did my suspension, but that's probably a year out at least. Think it's worth to just install some manual disconnects now? I figured I'd have to re-do whatever I install if I did the suspension but maybe I wouldn't?
No. It's not worth it right now. When you buy say, JKS Quick Disconnects, you buy for a certain lift height. What you buy now may not fit later on. you get options like, 0-2" quick q.d's, and than 2-4". 4-6"...
Truthfully, to get the value out of a set of $150 quick disconnects, you should manually disconnect for a year or more to really realize the full importance and value you'll receive out of a "quick disconnect".
If you go straight to a quick disconnect, you'll never know really how much hassle it was to manually disconnect each trip out. assuming youre not mechanically inclined.
I had bare sway bar links and had to manually disconnect, and I myself am not mechanically inclined, and i sure loved the investment with a quick disconnect but only after a year of manually disconnecting.