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Offroad Evo manual disconnect or stock?

My pos rubi e-disco went out. Thinking of going the stock sway bar route or off road evolution manual system. Anyone have any experience with the evo or should I just go stock?

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Seems to work fine for Bthomas, but I'd make my own for a couple of bucks after seeing his.

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I had the stock bar with disconnect links.
Last summer I installed a rubicon bar with the EVO disco and have been very happy with it. Much much nicer

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Been using it for 2 years since my motor went out and it works great for me.





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Another option is the JKS route. I think when mine takes a dump I'll be going that way

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Another option is the JKS route. I think when mine takes a dump I'll be going that way

http://jksmfg.com/n-7607-electronic-...k-rubicon.html

I've been running the JKS pull cable release for about a year now and am very pleased! I'm an old guy and appreciate just pulling a cable from the driver front wheel area.

The EVO one has a lot of satisfied users - both are a good solution.


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I like the make my own route. I'll check that out thanks Goody! I'm assuming there's a write-up?

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