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Does anyone know where to get rear disconnects?
Do you think they are needed or not?
 

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They're not needed and I've never seen any available.
 

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I haven't seen any quick disconnects for the rear either (not that I was looking real hard). You definitely need the links to be there though. A coil sprung vehicle without them will give you a nice adrenaline rush if you have to make a quick move on the road. :grinpimp:

Edit: I just thought of something. When I put my lift on, I put my rear links on the front. I'm wondering if a set of quick discos that would normally go on the front would also work on the rear. Never looked in to it. Hmmm...
 

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The rear sway bar is very flexible compared to the front, so will allow the axle to articulate a lot already. I don't think there is much to be gained by disconnecting it. Finding some quick disconnects that fit should not be difficult, but I don't see much point in doing it personally.
 

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I was playing on a ramp with my TJ once. Rear sway bar hooked and unhooked, I ramped the same. I figure I might as well run with it.

FWIW, Currie has come out with their Antirock for the JK rear.

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