Aftermarket manual sway bar disconnect???

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Thank you dusty. Yes I just finished the design ND testing them. If you see my last you tube video I gave a preview in the first 2 min
Hey Oscar I can’t wait to get my hands on a set. We’ve corresponded a few times on Messenger, ready to pull the trigger when ya get em
 

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Thank you dusty. Yes I just finished the design ND testing them. If you see my last you tube video I gave a preview in the first 2 min
Hey Oscar I can’t wait to get my hands on a set. We’ve corresponded a few times on Messenger, ready to pull the trigger when ya get em
Same, I will give you money now!!!
 

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I removed the sway bar on my raptor and never looked back. I only miss it on the round about and high speed overpass. Other than those instances, I appreciate the added articulation and less bump steer offroad.

I plan on removing mine on my wildtrak the day it gets here. Hoping the added preload from my perch collar helps with the body roll.
 

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I removed the sway bar on my raptor and never looked back. I only miss it on the round about and high speed overpass. Other than those instances, I appreciate the added articulation and less bump steer offroad.

I plan on removing mine on my wildtrak the day it gets here. Hoping the added preload from my perch collar helps with the body roll.
@RubyRedGT lets hear your thoughts
 

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Base Sasquatch vs Badlands Sasquatch... $10~11k price difference... is an auto sway bar disconnect worth that much?... Its cool but Il take the wrench and zip ties thanks. 😄
I mean, there's a bunch of other crap you get with the badlands vs base. It was enough for me to decide the 10-11k extra was worth it to get the full vehicle bash plates, rock rails, MGV seats, washour floors, better lighting, aux switches, dual zone climate control, etc.

a lot of that will cost a hell of a lot more to add aftermarket, and its nice to have it warrantied.
 

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Looks easy enough to loosen one, I think I will be fine with that when we go looking for trouble.

It is what I do with my Ranger and it works very well.

Bronco I don't know about but I do with my Ranger there is no way I am deleting the sway bars. I actually added a rear one.
 

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Surely, hopefully ORO will make a swayloc for the bronco or currie will come out with a antirock swaybar. I’ve thought about making my own disconnects to get by till someone release’s one but man it would be pain to get behind the tires to disconnect and reconnect especially after a day of wheeling being all muddy that’s the only thing holding me back. Jeeps was easy to do because it’s in the front. I’m getting older now I only want to lay on my belly or side in the dirt if I absolutely have too.
 

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I just ordered disconnects from Oscar. Can’t wait to get them installed and try out April 30th at Rausch in PA.
 

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Making my own DIY sway bar disconnect’s this week. Around 115 shipped for all the parts needed besides the center section and the bracket for the lower control arm. Super easy but little time consuming drilling and tapping the center sections. I tuned down the 1” steel round to .80 to give it a better look. Should have my disconnect pins end of the week so I can get them installed this weekend.

You could also use some all thread and female rod ends if you wanted if you don’t have access to any solid round. Single or double shear bracket for the bottom control arm. Single will be easier to take on and off.
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Making my own DIY sway bar disconnect’s this week. Around 115 shipped for all the parts needed besides the center section and the bracket for the lower control arm. Super easy but little time consuming drilling and tapping the center sections. I tuned down the 1” steel round to .80 to give it a better look. Should have my disconnect pins end of the week so I can get them installed this weekend.
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Definitely would like to see the end result!

 

 
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