I currently have neither, but JKS Disco's are on my list to purchase for this summer. I just personally don't see the need to spend the money on the Currie when I don't wheel enough to really use the capability of the product. I can save that money for something else. Where the JKS sits around $80-$100 last time I checked. It's just going to be based off how you really use your rig. That's what I am basing my decision on.
2004 Sahara TJ 3.73 Gears / 4.0L / 2" Pro Comp Lift / BF Goodrich AT 32x11.50R15 / 15x8 Pro Comp Alloy Series 1059 / 4' Firestik Ant / Midland CB Radio / Roll & Pitch Clinometer / KC & Hella 700FF Driving Lights / Winch / Smittybilt Bumpers (modified)/ Teraflex 9550 SS
Not really much to say. They keep your sway bar hooked up when on the street, let you disconnect it for off-road so you can keep your front tires in contact with the ground and allow the front wheels to articulate independently of each other.
I have Rubicon Express disconnects, three piece style with a center bar you remove. Inexpensive, do the job. Run about $70 or so.
Some people find disconnects to be a bother to hook back up if the suspension isn't settled flat and even side to side. Nothing a little help from a portable jack can't solve though.
had the rc kit on the left didn t like them, still have them in the box.
went with the ones on the right, like them better, but have bent the lower pins 2 times while wheeling, but I also bent the stock ones tooo
1995 wrangler 4 cyl 5 1" poly body lift,2.5 ome 3/4" shackle, 32" swampers lock right in the d-30 more
1.25 motor mount lift BTF front cage
2003 ford f-250 SD sc auto 4x4 7.3 diesel not stock any more
98 TJ 2.5 was a basket case, heart transplant, interior repaint, some taller springs,new shocks, newer top, pissin me off with stupid problems