|11-09-2008 01:43 PM|
|Unlimited||I have the jks and I love them. Easy to disconnect and very easy to put back on. I had a problem with the top bolt coming out and the sadle bracket bending. The people at JKS replaced the parts free of charge. They have great customer service. Another thing to think about is the fact that there are rubber bushings where they connect so there is no rattle when you are driving on the freeway.|
|11-08-2008 09:12 PM|
I had some old warrior disco's and I got sick of them. They were a pain in the ass to reconnect, so one day I just tossed the front swaybar in the garage and never looked back.
I cant comment on the JKS ones because I don't have any experience with them, but I've heard good things.
|11-08-2008 04:23 AM|
|jtalar||I just have the "plain Jane" disco's that were provided with the lift, however I did have to make a couple of stand-offs for them to latch onto when I did go Rock crawling, but that is neither here nor there|
|11-08-2008 03:11 AM|
i dig the jks setup, they are very simple and easy to install and also disconnect every time.. dpgoffroad sells a simple solution for getting the discos out of the way when disconnected.. heck i just used simple wire tires when i went offroading the last time and never had any problems
i do however like the look of the currie antirock.. i think i may upgrade to that setup one day =D
|11-08-2008 12:52 AM|
I have home made discos on my aftermarket rough country discos (they disconnect in a similar way to jks). I had them before i got my lift a year ago and still not a single problem everything works very well and its very easy to disco them. Many complain that the Pin style discos wear out fast and start rattling. This is where JKS shine. They have the pin in the other direction so the main up and down load is on the strong solid part, not on the tiny 1/16" thick pin.
|11-08-2008 12:02 AM|
I've got a set of FabTech discos that are just missing the "quick" part. Bolt's included, just no pins.
If you want them, they are yours. Heck, I'll deliver if you have beer.
|11-07-2008 11:43 PM|
But your right, better safe than sorry.
|11-07-2008 11:41 PM|
Even these "modern" TJ's with the extra width are tippy at speed when you put some steering on.
I go out at least once a month on the rocks. I'd rather do a day on the rock with my front sways connected than the rest of the month with them disconnected. Just because I can buy a mouth guard and live thru the trail, but I doubt my airbags will help too much when I'm skidding down the I-8 on my roof.
|11-07-2008 02:54 PM|
you could make your own and save some $$
here's a writeup of how someone did their own. there are other/better ways that i've seen using a pin from the tractor supply store, but it's a similar idea...
Jeep Homemade Swaybar Disconnects
|11-07-2008 02:43 PM|
I just took mine off completely, problem solved!
I have to take corners a little bit slower, and it can get a little bit squerly(?) on the freeway but you get used to it pretty fast.
|11-07-2008 12:38 PM|
|jgano23||you should not need to disconnect the rear, there aren't any advantages to it. as for the front, that is a good idea. any brand should work, there is not much too them. i dont even know the brand that i have, it came as an option on my lift kit. i would recomment just doing the front.|
|11-07-2008 12:18 PM|
|MOz||I installed the RE - Gen II on mine. Very easy to install. A word of advice, buy extra pins. Whenever I go off roading, I always forget to disconnect and wind up popping them off on the trail.|
|11-07-2008 12:12 PM|
|11-07-2008 10:39 AM|
Guys and Gals,
I wish for you all to share your experiences with Quick Disconnects.. I am planning on installing them in the front and I am just about sold on JKS... Just because they are the "BIG" brand doesn't necessarily make them better and that I why I am here..
How hard are they to install? Is there some kind of connection there with the Motor mounts or Skid plate (see my previous post)?
Would it be beneficial to do Disconnects in both the front and the rear.. The Wheeling I will be doing will be mostly in the Costal range of Oregon which requires articulation EVERYWHERE...