Sway Bar Quick Disconnect Recommendations?

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I have the jks, it takes less then a minute to cut the tab off. There is no tab in the drivers side ,so it's a non issue really. I used a angle grinder. They come in 2 different sizes and are adjustable. I got the longer ones with 2.5 spacers on Rubicon springs. They are not cheap but are way better then the cheaper ones, that you have to take them.all the way off and still.need to do something with the sway bar. The jks has a bracket that holds everything out of the way.





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I have the jks, it takes less then a minute to cut the tab off. There is no tab in the drivers side ,so it's a non issue really. I used a angle grinder. They come in 2 different sizes and are adjustable. I got the longer ones with 2.5 spacers on Rubicon springs. They are not cheap but are way better then the cheaper ones, that you have to take them.all the way off and still.need to do something with the sway bar. The jks has a bracket that holds everything out of the way.
Meaning you have a Jk set? Not the brand? Sorry I didn’t realize there was a jks brand till 5 mins ago
 

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I've been looking to install some quick disconnects for my jeep. I don't have a lift and don't expect to for the foreseeable future. It seems like JKS is the only set I can find for no lift. I'm not a fan of cutting something off the Jeep, even though I understand it's minor. At the same time, people seem to like the JKS the best.

Anyone have another option I should consider?
 

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I've been looking to install some quick disconnects for my jeep. I don't have a lift and don't expect to for the foreseeable future. It seems like JKS is the only set I can find for no lift. I'm not a fan of cutting something off the Jeep, even though I understand it's minor. At the same time, people seem to like the JKS the best.

Anyone have another option I should consider?
Look at the drivers side, there is no extra tab on there. Just cut it off with a 10 dollar harbor freight angle grinder.
 

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I wouldn't buy anything from Rancho or Rough Country for that matter. Except maybe Rancho's shocks, but there's better for cheaper. These are huge companies mass-producing products for a large range of vehicles. You call a company like Rock Crawler and someone who actually knows the parts will answer the phone.

You could not be more wrong. I purchased and installed the Rancho 3.5" lift ans the quick disconnect sway bars. I had two issues with the weight of my front bumper, winch and tow-plate I had about a 1.25" front end drop after installing I also noticed my swaybar links were rusting, After talking to Rancho (easy contact and talk to a person with authority) within 1 week they sent parts to correct the front end rake as well new sway bar links (it turns out they had a bad batch with no rust control), I will take it one step further they sent all the parts to my local 4WP shop and Rancho paid for the install (keep in mind the original parts were installed by myself).

I cannot say enough good things about Rancho and their communication and accountability. Rancho did not have to do this as well it was all volunteered I did not even have to ask for them to do this. I have called Rancho 3 times (once before purchase just to discuss details of their lift) and all times got through to their tech support with to trouble at all.
 

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I’m looking for the same for my 2018 Sport JLU. I’ve got the Mopar 2” lift (which is more like 3-3.5” on reality). Leaning toward the Rock Krawler ones, guessing the 2.5”-5” would be my best bet? Suggestions and feedback welcome :).
 

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Hoping by SEMA. They are in production now.

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Really like my JKS ones. Had them installed for about 12,000 miles. Numerous wheeling trips. Parts still work and look great.
 

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