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Sway bar links with a Twist

JeePerf is soliciting feedback from the forum members on our newest development in its final stages of testing. This new product is sway bar links with a no compromise twist to them. These sway bar links will be adjustable in length to accommodate different lifts, made of heat treated, super strong chromoly steel, Heim jointed on one end, with poly bushings on the other fixed end. They are powder coated, will have a long service life and offer more articulation than OEM. These will likely be the last set you will ever need. Our testing results are impressive, so far, and will likely introduce them to the market within few weeks. We want to know how you feel about such a product. How often do you replace your stock ones? If you upgraded your OEM ones to aftermarket ones, were you happy with the upgrade, or would you like to see even more improvements/features? Your feedback at this stage will help us in offering what is good for your needs so please dream on and let us know your wish list. Thank you for your feedback.


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Re: Sway bar links with a Twist

I want disco's for my Jeep. Been looking at the JKS version or JBA's; but if you have some at the same price point or so might be worth a shot.
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Re: Sway bar links with a Twist

I tried the Bwoody's and took them off since they were too harsh, and squeek over every road irregularity. The rears have no balljoints also, which means zero articulation, and they are so rough riding, forget about ever going offroad. I have 120k and just put on a set of Moogs after going through 2 sets of stock Mopar endlinks. Yours sound like a very nice design, particularly for lifts, but if they are expensive, I would probably stick with Moogs, which are $25 and easy to replace every few years.
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They will be priced a bit higher than those of JKS and JBA with more features and better build quality.
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Re: Sway bar links with a Twist

What additional features?
Disconnect with adjustments; stock-4" lift and 4"-8" lift kits?
How much higher price point? Don't want to price yourself out either...
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