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Old April 8th, 2010, 05:45 PM
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Rear Swaybar Quick Disconnect

is there such thing off the shelve?

anyone knows of a place to get them?

After installing the skid plate and recommended to re-mount the sway in rear for top heavy driving ( custom mounted the sway 4" inwards from factory location ) I would like not to sweat my ass disconnecting them via traditional dissmount.
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Old April 8th, 2010, 07:53 PM
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is there such thing off the shelve?

anyone knows of a place to get them?

After installing the skid plate and recommended to re-mount the sway in rear for top heavy driving ( custom mounted the sway 4" inwards from factory location ) I would like not to sweat my ass disconnecting them via traditional dissmount.
Have you looked into the JKS quick disconnects. I read somewhere they might work on LRs. I have a set I never installed if you want to try them out.
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Old April 8th, 2010, 08:17 PM
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Yes there i a guy in the town next to me who makes them for defenders and discos. I will look him up and see if I can find his info.
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Old April 8th, 2010, 08:25 PM
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The guy is Mike. I called him about 7 months ago to get some made but he told me it would be better to do after I had my lift installed. He seemed like he was winding down his shop back then. I just left him a message hopefully he is still fabricating.

Here is a write up about the install: http://www.landrovergeeks.com/repair...over-discovery

http://www.aedofab.com/
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Old April 8th, 2010, 09:33 PM
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Giampaulo,

It appears they are similar t othe Aedofab, and intended for thr front only.
Thanks for the offer, I will do more research and maybe take you up on the offer.

Clarence,

I had a set of Aedofab for my DII, but I was told ( and I also couldn't figure out how to ) it will not work on the Defender rear , they are easy to connect in the front , but it appears the 110 is the opposite of most rovers, the rear is all you need .


Thank you both for the info
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Old April 8th, 2010, 10:56 PM
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pretty easy to make in less than an hour
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http://www.defendersource.com/mod/sway.html

I ran these before I became a web wheeler, err a few times a year wheel a stock trucker.
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Old April 9th, 2010, 09:44 AM
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Shane, any write up or pics?

Are yours like Alan's ( see Ron's post )

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pretty easy to make in less than an hour
------ Follow up post added April 9th, 2010 09:44 AM ------

Ron,

any concerns with them?

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http://www.defendersource.com/mod/sway.html

I ran these before I became a web wheeler, err a few times a year wheel a stock trucker.
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Old April 9th, 2010, 11:17 AM
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is there such thing off the shelve?

anyone knows of a place to get them?

After installing the skid plate and recommended to re-mount the sway in rear for top heavy driving ( custom mounted the sway 4" inwards from factory location ) I would like not to sweat my ass disconnecting them via traditional dissmount.

You have sway bar quick disconect links on there presently-I replaced the pins with a through bolt as the pins kept getting lost the way I used the truck. Just remove the self locking nut and pull the bolt and its disconnected. I have no idea if they will work where you have relocated the bar but those are quick disconects.

Or better yet get your self some new quick disconnects and give me your troublesome old ones....
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Old April 9th, 2010, 12:02 PM
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Doug,

After dealing with them , un-bolting and bolting that screw is far from " QUICK " LOL

As soon as I find the replacements you are welcome to it
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I've used the Adeofab disconnects on my 110's HD Scorpion rear bar for several years. They've taken aggressive abuse and survived.
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Mike from Aedofab called me back and he is making up some.
Should have a set in hand by the beginning of the week.
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Shane, any write up or pics?

Are yours like Alan's ( see Ron's post )

Thanks




------ Follow up post added April 9th, 2010 09:44 AM ------

Ron,

any concerns with them?

Thanks
I don't think current write ups or pics get any attention here, so I don't bother trying. The last thing on the front site page looks like some time ago. Its unfortunate because I love reading what people are doing.

Just cut and sleeve with pins. simple.
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We now have the project sections at the bottom of the forum for write ups. They gets lots of attention and I, personally, would love to see what you are doing.

BTW any luck getting the tire carrier shipped?
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We now have the project sections at the bottom of the forum for write ups. They gets lots of attention and I, personally, would love to see what you are doing.

BTW any luck getting the tire carrier shipped?
I have posted there before and other places....
Finished waterproofing an NAS with no issues in the deep.
Built lexan box for the ecu and it is dry
sealed distibutor with vacuum flowing to eliminate condensation
Posted on good sliders made easy
Posted in the project section on the aluminum radiator and shroud with puller and kill switch for deep water for easy good cooling.

I'm sure not everyone will find value, but I find a lot of value in the help I get here.

I'm slacking a bit on the tire carrier. The one of my truck is yours as soon as I get it done.
I'll have good pics of the new one soon.

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Old April 10th, 2010, 11:07 AM
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I have posted there before and other places....
Finished waterproofing an NAS with no issues in the deep.
Built lexan box for the ecu and it is dry
sealed distibutor with vacuum flowing to eliminate condensation
Posted on good sliders made easy
Posted in the project section on the aluminum radiator and shroud with puller and kill switch for deep water for easy good cooling.

I'm sure not everyone will find value, but I find a lot of value in the help I get here.

I'm slacking a bit on the tire carrier. The one of my truck is yours as soon as I get it done.
I'll have good pics of the new one soon.

Thanks
Where are these write ups? I would love to read em.
Might work better then the duct tape suggestion I got a few years ago.

------ Follow up post added April 10th, 2010 10:23 AM ------

Huck
Found your "Dip it" post.
Pics???
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what is the latest thinking in sway bar quick disconnects? I'm willing to crawl under there when necessary. Does someone have a kit?
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