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Any info on adding a sway bar disconnect to a base Sasquatch

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I'm getting a 2 door base Sasquatch. I watched a video and the push button sway bar disconnect really seems to work well on the Badlands. Has anyone seen a way to get that feature added on a Base Bronco?
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Wait till you find one in the junkyard, and wire it into one of your Aux switches. Until then, I'll find a way to make some manual disconnects for mine, and experiment with removing the sway bar altogether.
(My XJ hasn't had a sway bar installed since 2004 or so, and I lived through daily driving it for over 100k miles like that. Same for the Welded rear differential. Fun in the snow!)
 

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Wait till you find one in the junkyard, and wire it into one of your Aux switches. Until then, I'll find a way to make some manual disconnects for mine, and experiment with removing the sway bar altogether.
(My XJ hasn't had a sway bar installed since 2004 or so, and I lived through daily driving it for over 100k miles like that. Same for the Welded rear differential. Fun in the snow!)
If you are going to pick one up at a junkyard why not just take the button that goes with the sway bar disconnect all bronco have a spot for the button.. :unsure:
 

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It's probably easier to wire the auxiliary switch vs having to figure out how to run wires through the dash and retrofit a switch that isn't already there
 

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If you are going to pick one up at a junkyard why not just take the button that goes with the sway bar disconnect all bronco have a spot for the button.. :unsure:
Mainly because the switches are kinda joined together by a singular peice of rubber, which looks like a pain to swap out. But also because it affords me another opportunity to be lazy and not have to wire in something on the dash, or figure out how to incorporate into whatever software goat mode bs is going on there. Simple on/off is sufficient, at least for me, and is easily accomplished by providing or cutting power to the coil on the hydraulic solenoid.
 

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