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I just got done doin my soa with 3" springs, high steer and brakes. Been driving with out the swaybar but the wife does not like the body roll.
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What dis-connects should I get?
 

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Bump!:whistling:

Curious about this too, for the same reason. I have an SOA lift with Waggie springs, and I have a guy who will sell me a swaybar with quick disconnects. But how do I know if it will fit? I mean it will be a 3 hour round trip to pick this up.
 

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You can make your own easily, but JKS makes some good ones. I had some on my last rig i got them off e-bay. I have made some in the past too. There are a few different ways to go about making them.
 

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my quick disco's for the sway bar

After looking at all the aftermarket quick disconnects, I decided that I would cut the stock disconnects and make my own. Here they are. I also just freshened my SOA with 3" lift.
swaybar disconnects 001.jpg

swaybar disconnects 003.jpg
 

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none of these diy can last......just use your 3/4 wrench and remove the connect when you wheel. it takes 5 minutes
 

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Im curious does your tie rod hit those. My stock ones got put on backwards after they installed my lift and I noticed my tie rod was hitting them so I turned them like they are suppose to be so I could get full steer.
 

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none of these diy can last......just use your 3/4 wrench and remove the connect when you wheel. it takes 5 minutes
I would have used the stock ones, but they were 3 inches too short to keep the sway bar somewhat level. These should be as strong as the stock ones. The pipe is 3/16" wall and the pins are grade 8 tractor pins. We'll see if they are going to hold up. If it can be broke, I can usually can break it.
 

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Put my DIY disconnects on tonight I am way excited. I tried to take my Trac bars off but I don't have the right size torx wrench
 
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