Sway Bar Quick Disconnects

As I mentioned in a previous blog, ExtremeTerrain has added some great resource technical articles for Jeep owners. One such article is on Sway Bar Quick Disconnects. Here is a brief excerpt of the article. To read the article in its entirety visit: Sway Bar Quick Disconnects.

“While driving any kind of car on pavement, a sway bar is a good thing. If your Wrangler needs to do a few cartwheels to get through an old rock slide, though, a sway bar just limits your options.”

“You could simply unhook the sway bars when you go off-road and reconnect them for the drive home, even though it is time consuming and creates more wear and tear on your suspension and your knuckles. Fortunately, several companies now offer quick disconnects for sway bars, which makes the transition more convenient.”

To see the full line of Sway Bars and Sway Bar Disconnects visit: Sway Bars and Sway Bar Disconnects

Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."


  1. What a unique site! I just bought an older Jeep and was looking for articles on Sway Bars. That’s how I found this site. It’s now marked in my Favorites. I’m so excited about the range of information and deals I’ve seen so far. I do believe you have found a follower.


  2. I really enjoy your site, particularly the technical articles. The sales are great too. I’m a new Jeep owner and haven’t had a chance to get off road much. I hope to change that this summer by attending some of the group events across the US.


  3. I’ve bruised and bloodied my knuckles more than once unhooking the sway bar. I’m going to be looking into the quick release. It may be well worth the money to invest.


  4. It’s time for me to invest in a quick release sway bar. The last time I removed it, it took 10 stitches to close up the cut. No matter what the cost, it has to be cheaper than the ER!


  5. The quick disconnect sway bar may be the best thing I’ve seen in a long time. The most useful anyway. A time saver for sure and less wear and tear on the hands.


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