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Old 02-06-2016, 12:28 AM   #1
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Anyone install these? Do they exist on this rig? Been looking and all I found was the chupacabra...
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Why r u wanting to disconnect on a f150? I do it when jeeping to get flex but I really don't see the need here?
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Chupacabras will work but they are hard to train.
I would think you could adapt some jeep disconnects.
Here is a homemade set.
http://www.ranger-forums.com/suspens...ite-up-132928/
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On my Miata I use a tractor pin with multiple holes and a locking clip pin. That would work on a rear swaybar on a F150 but I'm not sure it would work with the front swaybar. Just google tractor pin and look at some pics for reference to see if you think it would work.
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