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Old 11-29-2000, 06:48 AM
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Has anybody ever gotten some of these for a GW? Are they expensive and difficult to install? It just looks like it would really improve off-roading capability. Any comments?

Ted

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84' Grand Wagoneer "Dove"
-AMC 360
-Stock axles(AMC20 & Dana44), tranny & transfer case(NP229)
-MSD TFI upgrade
-K&N Air filter
-Rough Country 3" lift
-Heckelthorne Hydro shocks
-Yokohama Prodigy AT 31X10.5 tires
-American Racing 15X8 Chrome Nugget wheels
-blue fuzzy dice!!

*fuel injection and an MSD 6A ignition will soon be added. Hello 16-17 mpg!!
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Old 11-29-2000, 01:13 PM
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Others have reported here that CJ or TJ disconnects will fit just fine.
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Old 11-29-2000, 03:41 PM
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CJ/YJ disconnects work great. TJ disconnects will not work. TJ is the new Wrangler w/ round headlights btw. Not hard to install either. You can get them from most any 4x4 parts store. I got Warrior 3 piece ones made for a Wrangler w/ 4" of lift (I have 3" on my wag). Work just great. A must if you 4wheel w/ your Jeep.



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Old 11-29-2000, 08:40 PM
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I took whole swaybar off, has anyone else done this?

Atleast i dont have to worry about connecting and disconnecting it

kristian
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Old 11-30-2000, 06:35 AM
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I found a way to make them myself. All it takes is a wing nut, two cotter pins and a hitch pin. If anyone is interested in how to do it here is the link:
http://www.4wdlinks.com/front.htm

Looks pretty simple.

Ted

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84' Grand Wagoneer "Dove"
-AMC 360
-Stock axles(AMC20 & Dana44), tranny & transfer case(NP229)
-MSD TFI upgrade
-K&N Air filter
-Rough Country 3" lift
-Heckelthorne Hydro shocks
-Yokohama Prodigy AT 31X10.5 tires
-American Racing 15X8 Chrome Nugget wheels
-blue fuzzy dice!!

*fuel injection and an MSD 6A ignition will soon be added. Hello 16-17 mpg!!
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