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Old 04-23-2014, 09:55 AM   #1
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sway bar disconnect

does anyone have these or any feedback on them?

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Old 04-23-2014, 10:03 AM   #2
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If you are asking about brands to go with I would say either JKS or Currie Antirock. JKS is more dollar friendly and an easier install. But on the other hand a lot of people prefer the Antirock.

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If you are asking about brands to go with I would say either JKS or Currie Antirock. JKS is more dollar friendly and an easier install. But on the other hand a lot of people prefer the Antirock.
thank you, which do you have?
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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.

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^ Not sure on those, as I haven't heard anything in regards to feedback. Hopefully someone that has experience with that brand will chime in for you.
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does anyone have these or any feedback on them?
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.
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I had the jks disconnects on mine and was a total pain to put back together, unless you are on a very flat even surface. Needless to say they have sat in my garage for 4 years now.
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Old 04-23-2014, 10:35 PM   #9
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thank you, ive been told they wear out after 10k miles?
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Old 04-25-2014, 05:09 PM   #10
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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

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