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Old 02-20-2006
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Quick Disconects

OK so since i now have to get new endlinksfor my swaybar im wondering if there is anyplace that makes Quick Disconects for are trucks? Thanks.
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In short...no. I haven't come across a quick disconnect for the Rangers. You can try at it yourself and see if you can come up with something to work, but I don't think you'll find a true "bolt-on" quick connect.
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lol, i didnt think so. Maybe ill mess around with the old ones and try and figure somthin out, or maybe ill try and adapt some of the ones that my dad has on his jeep. He just got a 4inch Skyjacker kit on his 06 Rubicon.
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thanks, but i think i might look into adapting some Rubicon Express Quick disconect parts to the ranger.
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ok so i did some research and i emailed Rubicon express about this.
so i think i can use these on the swaybar and on the lower A-arm,
http://www.rubiconexpress.com/images/RE1171.jpg
And this kit for the links,
http://www.rubiconexpress.com/images/RE1180-1170.jpg
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they may work depends on the length of those bars.
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Yeah you will have to measure the bars once you get the end pieces to make sure they fit.

How much do each of those things cost?
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I wonder if the Anti-Rock sway bars for TJs/YJs will work for our truck....

hmmmmmm....
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The Warrior 8" post-to-post model (PN WAR83121) looks like it might work but I don't know anyone who has tried them.

http://www.warriorproducts.com/
http://www.discountjeepparts.com/cat...ducts_id/15174
http://www.rubicon4x4.com/catalog/ad...3121&x=53&y=19

The price is right around $100 shipped.
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Yeah you will have to measure the bars once you get the end pieces to make sure they fit.

How much do each of those things cost?
the mounting kit is about 30 and the links are about 60
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