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lgottler
October 2nd, 2006, 07:13 PM
So, who nowadays has the best, cheapest, easiet to use, and quietest sway bar disconnects available for a stock Cherokee?

Wife needs new bushings, but I wanted to take it light duty wheeling, so I might as well upgrade to something else. I'm throwing out the rear antisway bar as well, so combined it might make it down a couple trails.

I used to have the JKS on both my old Cherokee and my TJ, liked them, but after a couple winters they were kinda shot, although they offered to rebuild them for a small fee! I used Rubicon Express ones, back in '99, they sucked, out of the question, loud, hard to connect etc...

Any new ones out there?

Lucas

Creative Fab
October 2nd, 2006, 11:44 PM
Follow this link RE disos Ironman Offroad (http://www.ironmanoffroad.com/pdf/accessories.pdf)

Are these the same ones you had in the past?

The nice thing about the RE's is that if you ever lift it you can purchase new center tubes to match the lift.

lgottler
October 3rd, 2006, 09:59 AM
Yeah, those are the ones. I didn't care for them.

Lucas

Jeeperz-Creeperz
October 3rd, 2006, 11:05 AM
I still like JKS hands down over the others. They are greaseable, you know :poke: :D I can't stand the ones that use the tube in the center - loud and clanky.

You can also get replacement bushings and rebuild them yourself.



<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(lgottler &#064; Oct 2 2006, 07&#58;13 PM) 18323</div>

So, who nowadays has the best, cheapest, easiet to use, and quietest sway bar disconnects available for a stock Cherokee?[/b]
You can have best and easiest, best and quietest, cheapest and easiest, cheapest and quietest, easiest and quietest, but not best and cheapest....

joe_jeep
October 3rd, 2006, 09:50 PM
jks is the only way to go, unless you make someting nice and cheap

JohnnyJ
October 4th, 2006, 08:29 AM
the teraflex style got it done for me. they had zerks for greasing them and if you kept them lubed they were quiet. They were easy to pop on and off, and they were cheaper than the JKS.

lgottler
October 4th, 2006, 05:39 PM
Those Tera ones look good. I notice RE also has a Gen II version of their disconnects. Its 110 for Tera and 150 for RE Gen II.

Problem is, neither say they fit a stock Cherokee&#33; Looks like the Tera ones would be easy to cut the center out of them and re weld them shorter.

Lucas

Creative Fab
October 5th, 2006, 09:18 AM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(lgottler &#064; Oct 4 2006, 05&#58;39 PM) 18434</div>

Those Tera ones look good. I notice RE also has a Gen II version of their disconnects. Its 110 for Tera and 150 for RE Gen II.

Problem is, neither say they fit a stock Cherokee&#33; Looks like the Tera ones would be easy to cut the center out of them and re weld them shorter.

Lucas
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RE1140 genII for 97 and up XJ,ZJ with 0-2" of lift

How does &#036;118 sound?

Jeeperz-Creeperz
October 5th, 2006, 09:31 AM
<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Ironman &#064; Oct 5 2006, 09&#58;18 AM) 18454</div>
RE1140 genII for 97 and up XJ,ZJ with 0-2" of lift[/b]
The RE1140 are for TJ&#39;s with 0-2 inches of lift and XJ/ZJ with 2-3.5 inches of lift.


<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(lgottler &#064; Oct 4 2006, 05&#58;39 PM) 18434</div>

Those Tera ones look good. I notice RE also has a Gen II version of their disconnects. Its 110 for Tera and 150 for RE Gen II.
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The JKS are also greaseable like the Tera. PM me, I&#39;ll give you a good deal on a set of JKS.

lgottler
October 5th, 2006, 04:27 PM
Damn you guys&#33; I just bought a set of Tera&#39;s on Ebay last night for 119 shipped.

One day late&#33;&#33; I looked but couldn&#39;t figure out if either of you guys have a way to buy stuff with Paypal...Edit: Well, at 3am it didn&#39;t look like you accepted Paypal, but now I clearly see it&#33;&#33;

Lucas

JohnnyJ
October 6th, 2006, 10:01 AM
What were you doing up at 3am? :lmao: