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so i dont wanna drop a ton but i want disconnects for front sway bar which r the good ones dont do hardcore off roading just want good product
 

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IMO the JKS Quicker Disconnects are the way to go, adjustable and greaseable, about $140
 
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I have used JKS "Quicker Disconnects" on two Jeeps and like them quite a bit. They are high quality and relatively easy to disconnect and connect and, as another stated, they are greasable. My only complaint is that, since they are greasabel, they get messy over time and you often end up with greasy hands after connecting or disconnecting them.
 

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JKS came with my Clayton Offroad suspension system. Very well designed.
 

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Another to look at are Poly Performance ones, a little more pricey, but very well made and strong.
Being able to mount them up and out of the way is very handy. Also, if you already have the Poly front trackbar relocation bracket you only need the disconnect mounts which are $85.00.

 

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I vote for JKS but the Poly seem nice. Teraflex makes a decent one too.
 

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I really like the Superlift sway bar discos.

Heres why:

1.Beefy rod ends.
2.Straps to secure discos when disconnected.
3.Greasable rod ends.
4.Cost about $110
5.Plated to prevent rust.
6.Easy to disconnect.
7.Lifetime warranty.
 

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I really like the Superlift sway bar discos.

Heres why:

1.Beefy rod ends.
2.Straps to secure discos when disconnected.
3.Greasable rod ends.
4.Cost about $110
5.Plated to prevent rust.
6.Easy to disconnect.
7.Lifetime warranty.

:beer: to that
 

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I'd like to see a photo of how exactly the sway bar is disco'd and secured...some say no zip ties or bungee cords, etc...does someone have a pic showing it secured?
 
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