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Old 07-23-2012, 05:15 PM   #1
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Quick disconnects

I have been reading about how I can make my own quick disconnects.I
Am not opposed to doing this but I sort of question how safe at highway
Speeds this would be.The reading I've done says that with regular
Inspection and replacement it should not be an issue,any thoughts from
Anyone on this?? Seems like a cheap,easy mod that has great benefits.

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Old 08-03-2012, 04:13 PM   #2
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I have been reading about how I can make my own quick disconnects.I
Am not opposed to doing this but I sort of question how safe at highway
Speeds this would be.The reading I've done says that with regular
Inspection and replacement it should not be an issue,any thoughts from
Anyone on this?? Seems like a cheap,easy mod that has great benefits.
If you're talking about the clevis pin mod, don't bother. I did this to my 2010 JK and I was all over the road. There is just enough play in there to cause the Jeep to rock enough to be noticeable. I replaced them with a set of JKS Quick discos (around $120) Well worth it and it stabilized my ride.
When it comes to the suspension on a Jeep don't go cheap it's just not worth it.

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If you're talking about the clevis pin mod, don't bother. I did this to my 2010 JK and I was all over the road. There is just enough play in there to cause the Jeep to rock enough to be noticeable. I replaced them with a set of JKS Quick discos (around $120) Well worth it and it stabilized my ride.
When it comes to the suspension on a Jeep don't go cheap it's just not worth it.
Agree. Cheap enough
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