Rubicon Texas Rubicon Electronic Swaybar

  1. TTEChris

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    Factory Rubicon electronic swaybar pulled from a 2019 JLU with <10k miles on it.

    $750 obo

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    Chris, you still have this?
     
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    Yes I do.
     
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    Hi Chris,
    I have followed you on Instagram for quite some time. Love your work.
    I went to the dealer today and may need to replace my sway disconnect motor assembly. I will find out if I am covered under warranty or not tomorrow. Do you still have this and if so would you ship to California?
     
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    I bought it from him.
     
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    Thanks Ruben!
     
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    Thanks!
    I sold it to Ruben as mentioned above. Hopefully warranty takes care of the repair. If not, I may be up for swapping my Gladiator to an antirock :like:
     
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    I'm thinking about switching to a front anti-rock as well. I don't want to have any other issues. Would you recommend running the rear anti-rock as well on the JL?
     
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    On the JLU we swapped the swaybar on, he also has coilovers/long arms and hydro assist(no rear swaybar). I drove it home a couple days ago as he is going to Moab next week and he wanted me to look everything over. I was surprised at how stable it felt driving down the highway on a windy day.

    With that said, I've had an antirock on a previous JK(also with long arms/coilovers) and the antirock was just too soft up front with my combination. I also had the rear antirock, but on the JK that was actually a stiffer rate swaybar than the factory one. I ended up going back to a factory swaybar up front on the JK.

    If going that route I would try the front alone first. I'm considering it on the Gladiator because the longer wheelbase makes it feel more stable than any JL I have driven.
     
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    Thanks for your input on this Chris. I just got back from the dealer. They replaced my factory sway bar disconnect. Cost me $800 which I thought was very fair for labor and material. They called it a warranty deductible.
     
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    damn. I just missed you. Rather than try to get the electronics setup on the sway bar I got from Chris I just installed the EVO NoLimits kit. I was going to ask you if you wanted to just buy the control module from me.
     
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    Hey Ruben, Thanks for thinking of me anyway. How is the EVO NoLimits kit working out for you? I couldn't find one for the JL. Where did you get yours from? Is it JL specific? Thanks
     
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    JK one is same for JL. It’s even on their site. Get it here https://amzn.to/2PXq68F

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    Thanks, If my new electronic disconnect ever fails I'm going to go this route. Why did you forgo the one you bought from Chris?
     
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