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Gents,
I recently removed my Currie Anti-rock sway bar and it's related sway bar connecting links and, installed a stock sway bar and, these disconnects you see below in the pictures. The reason I installed the stock sway bar is because I wanted better road manners. The bar came with the disconnects you see. I know they are an older version but, of the research I've done, I can't seem to find them on the net or, any of the 4WD supply houses and catalogs.

I had to figure out how they worked and once I took them apart and lubed some things up, they work pretty slick. So, just some help here. Who made, or, what brand are they and, what vintage? Thanks way in advance.
Scott
 

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Wanna sell the antirock?
krisbman,
I'm thinking about selling it as, I have no intention of re-installing it and, it's doing me or, anyone else, no good sitting on my work bench. New, on Amazon, they hover around $390.00 or so. On some of the 4WD catalogs, they climb to upwards of $450.00 or so.

I'm thinking about maybe 1/2 of that. The bar and all the related components are in great shape. They're not new obviously but, not worn or malfunction in any way. The heim joints are still pretty tight, no slop at all.

So, I have no idea what something like that would be in cost for shipping. I'll have to devise some sort of package or box for the complete unit and, see what the post office says for shipping costs.
Scott
 

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Those look like an eary version of the JKS system that recently came out.
 

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Those are nth degree Lightning Rods. They can be reconnected easily even when the vehicle is not sitting level. The big wide piece can lever downward giving them some play in overall length.

I have them on my TJ.
Nth Degree TJ/LJ Lightning Rod Disconnects
Bingo!!!!!!!!
Yahooo, I surely appreciate the answer here. It's always nice to know what kind of equipment one is sporting on their little desert/trail toy. Very much appreciated.
Scott
 
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