Is this the right JKS disconnect?

HARDTRAILZ

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I have some stock JK links in a drawer, but they did not line up quite right so I built some. Not sure if those will work.
 
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02trailblazerLS

02trailblazerLS

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Yeah im hoping since mines the 2002 with the early swaybar design, that itll work. But i guess we will see! Ill keep u posted
 

HARDTRAILZ

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I do not think I actually saw anyone use the JKS, but curious if it works. Mine is early design as well.
 
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02trailblazerLS

02trailblazerLS

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I do not think I actually saw anyone use the JKS, but curious if it works. Mine is early design as well.
I saw one thread on offroadtb of someone using the jks 3100s, direct fit with no mods is wat he said. He even had pictures of them installed. He had em in the rear as well but a different model number. Ill post some pics of wat they look like
 
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HARDTRAILZ

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Prolly where I got the idea of using stock JK ones. I wrenched on lots of JKs over the years and used to try to adapt all kinds of things.

Those look like they should work with the ends being able to rotate to any angle. The stock JK ones are fixed.

What is cost vs building your own?

I quit running any swaybars awhile back and really don't even notice. The rear is basically worthless. The front makes a bit of difference if you really push it on pavement, but the lift stiffens things up enough I just tossed the ones I made in the toolbox the last time I popped them off.
 
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02trailblazerLS

02trailblazerLS

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Prolly where I got the idea of using stock JK ones. I wrenched on lots of JKs over the years and used to try to adapt all kinds of things.

Those look like they should work with the ends being able to rotate to any angle. The stock JK ones are fixed.

What is cost vs building your own?

I quit running any swaybars awhile back and really don't even notice. The rear is basically worthless. The front makes a bit of difference if you really push it on pavement, but the lift stiffens things up enough I just tossed the ones I made in the toolbox the last time I popped them off.
They were like 149$, n yeah i see other users running no swaybars n there fine. But my front springs are still stock rate, so i was thinkin itd get alot more body roll than other users that have the stiffer springs. Im gonna drive it with no swaybars n see how it feels. I think the jks disconnects will be nice to have for long drives and for daily driving. And i like how their pretty easy to disconnect.
 

HARDTRAILZ

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Its like $50 to build a set with some joints, bolts and threaded rod.
 

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