Mechanical quick dis-connects are $20 to $100 bucks and you just unbolt the existing swaybar links and lock-pin the new ones in-maybe takes 2/3 minutes to release the swaybar !!Why is that jimbox?
Bill, you nasty man you......you aren't taunting the non Rubi among us, are you? :zap:i weep for the future generations who will never know the simple pleasures of manually disconnecting swaybars, manual hubs, etc.
"Oops, gotta throw it in 4wd, hope I have enough room to back up!!" :rofl:
Beats going out in the snow to manually dis-connect the sway bar !!, buthow does it even work for disconnecting and re-connecting?
hmm sounds coolThe edisco gearbox electrically seperates/rejoins the two piece sway bar--uses a male/female gear "slip-fit"-pretty strong, but sometimes is a little annoying trying to get level enough to RE-JOIN-
Beats going out in the snow to manually dis-connect the sway bar !!, but
Not for the cost of a NEW setup !