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How do you guys secure the swaybar when it's disconnected?
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I push the swaybar up & tie the disconnects to the bar with a couple zip ties. The friction in the bushings will hold the bar up
 

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I'm sure you could fab something up but the small ties can easily pop off with a key or screwdriver & are cheap. I keep a handful in the rear tub.

Some discos can be removed at both top & bottom - mine can but I just leave the top connected
 

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I've seen a guy that mounted a second pair of teraflex discos up on his frame. He just puts them on there and slides the cotter in.

I just use zipties and cut them when back off the trail.
 

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the teraflex quick disco's come with the extra pins to connect the discos when the swaybar is disconnected. however on mine (35" tires, 2" lift, 4.5 bs wheels) they rub on the disco when it's stored so i end using the zip ties anyway.
 

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^^ Cheaticon :whistling:
 

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I went the same route as JEEPDON and welded a pin along the side of the top shock/spring. I can then slide the sway bar links on that pin and secure it with the cotter pin. I have some pictures in my build thread.
 

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Dave, you have to be careful with those relocation brackets. Some wider tires will rub. The best, easiest and cheapest solution is to just use a bungee cord on one side to hold the link and entire bar and then zip tie the link to the bar on the other side.
 
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