I went with Moog heavy duty links with grease fittings. Quick disconnects would be nice if you "wheel" a lot, but I wonder if they might rattle under normal driving.
I suspect the "lifted" ones will be too long for a stock Jeep.
See if others have had experience with them though.
You can drive on the broken one (or remove it completely so it doesn't hit on stuff) , but remember, the Jeep will be "tippy" on corners, and REALLY lean on high speed curves.
I ditched the stockers long ago and replaced them with some aftermarket medium priced ones,, they were shot in less than 2 years, 20,000 miles,,,,, 5 years ago i Iinstalled JKS discos.. They have zerks, stainless hardware, poly bushings and are very beefy,, they don't rattle, ever.. I think it was $100 for the pair, I should have bought them in the first place and saved the $75 I wasted on cheap knockoffs..
04' Rubi, with all the gizmos we need for long range excursions, / home modified excursion trailer;
96' Lexus 450, locked, loaded and ready to roll..
'12 VW New Beetle
Don't drive it like that on the road. If you do, take it easy on corners.
I just replaced mine with Raybestos links with zerk fittings. Stock replacements. It's not too difficult, but a couple of special tools make it easier. Here's a writeup : Replacing The Sway Bar Linkage on a Jeep Wrangler
. . . . picking the lines with my twenty-nines . . . .
what do you think about Rough Country Sway Bar Quick Disconnects ?
it says 4" to 6" lifts will that work for no lift ?
They have a set for 2.5" of lift. I run those with my stock suspension. Adjusted all the way as short as they go, I am only a degree or two off from stock. I would say they are suitable for 0"-3.5" of lift without question.
Just another option are solid links. If you do not disconnect, there is no need for pricy disconnects. Just about every suspension manufactuer has solid links without the weak ball/socket design. I got Zone links from Amazon. I've poped two of the stock type links
2003 TJ, 33" BFG AT, 2" BL, 2" BDS spring lift, Truck Lite headlights, Homemade sunrider top.
2X's on not putting it back together. It's done! Even if it didn't come apart again it will make a loud popping noise every time it flexed. Stock links take more effort to install.
You can just replace the busted one for $15-20 then upgrade to quick discos when you have the funds. I like JKS.