Does anybody know where to get some cheap quick disconnects or have a good writeup on how to make some?
Hey Caleb, I used Lars Dennert's write up (the one ianshoots posted) and Brian had 'em welded up for me at his work. If you don't have someone near you that can do the welding, you may want to ask Brian if he'd do the same for you. Funny thing is, I took 'em off the last time at Tellico and haven't put 'em back on since.Nelium said:Does anybody know where to get some cheap quick disconnects or have a good writeup on how to make some?
I dont think RJ runs his either, he just cranked up the coilovers in the front a little and says you dont even notice.expeditionswest said:Another option is to just remove the swaybar all together...
My 04 D-cab is running donahoe coil-overs and deaver 10 leaf pack with bilsteins and it drives great on the highway with the swaybar removed. Though as you would expect, there is a little more sway, but still controlled. The coil-overs and stiffer steins make it possible.
I'm sure that this is the wrong place to suggest it this sort of thing, but what/how many people would it take for you guys to give a group buy on those? They are pricey, but being in the rustbelt I totally dig that they are stainless.Front Range said:We keep these top notch discos in stock.