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Thread: New JL front quick disconnects!

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    Wink New JL front quick disconnects!

    Rancho®’s Adjustable Front JL Quick Disconnect Sway Bar End Links quickly detach at the lower mount to instantly improved off-road performance. Quickly disconnect the lower Sway Bar End Link and swing it up out of the way for unhindered axle articulation while off-roading. Pivot around the OEM inspired ball and socket upper mount to the powder coated sway bar relocation brackets,
    tucking them safely out of the way.
    Precisely adjust the massive 3/4-in. diameter DOM link tube while it’s still installed on the vehicle. Forged lower ends feature Rancho’s D2 Synthetic high-articulation bushings that are maintenance free. 3/8-in. thick HSLA steel axle mounted relocation brackets reduce any chance of interference with aftermarket track bar brackets. When connected for street use, the link provides immediate reaction during sway bar loading to eliminate excess play. This results in improved lateral control and steering response compared to the stock rubber sway bar link bushings.

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    Our disconnects allow for flex off-road and maintain a nice on-road feel when connected driving around.
    Check with your retailer on cost.
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    Awesome! I know there will be a lot of guys looking to pick up a set. What kind of price point are we look at for these and is any cutting or drilling required?

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    They should be around $170ISH.
    And no cutting or drilling at all!!!


    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Awesome! I know there will be a lot of guys looking to pick up a set. What kind of price point are we look at for these and is any cutting or drilling required?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rancho Shocks View Post
    They should be around $170ISH.
    And no cutting or drilling at all!!!
    Awesome, you guys rock

    There's another tread going on about discos, I'm gonna post this up in there now

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    Boom!!


    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Awesome, you guys rock

    There's another tread going on about discos, I'm gonna post this up in there now

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    Awesome. These should pair up nice with the 2" sport lift. You guys are making it hard for me to wait til spring for the lift and tires. lol

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    Wow. Looks like a great addition to your line.

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    Awesome!


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    Has anyone here installed these yet?


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