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08-29-2010 11:38 PM
doclouie I like my JKS disconnects. I have had other brands, but the JKS is the easiest to use.
08-29-2010 05:40 PM
03 RUBI You don't disconnect the Currie setup so the biggest problem with it is that it's a compromise. Good body roll resistence on the road doesn't allow enough flex off road and good flex off road doesn't allow enough stiffnes on road. So says a friend who just installed one.
08-29-2010 05:13 PM
cavediverjc I like my JKS Quicker Disconnects, but a lot of people go with the complete Currie Anti-Rock swaybar system and seem to really like it. Pretty much anything made by Currie is going to be top-notch.
08-29-2010 03:06 PM

What would you guys suggest are the best sway bar disconnects? I'm looking into some but don't have a clue about what's good? Oh and I have a 99 sport with no lift just tires ha

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