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04/21/2008
1-25-07 UPDATE: Since this article was written, Jeep caught on that the $70-$80 price tag for the swaybar was wrong. The new price is $1500-$1800! This is discussed from post 124 on. Also see this thread: https://www.jeepforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=366356. SUMMARY The article will tell you how to hook up a JK swaybar with the electric disconnect system to your YJ. This will allow you to disconnect and connect your sway bar by simply flipping a switch! It is very easy and can be done in an afternoon if you work fast. The best part is that the entire project can be done for about $100. No that is not a misprint. A hundred bucks. You can hook it up in two different versions: (1) electrically, or (2) in a manual version that uses a knob (much like the RockLock which uses a Warn hub).
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This version of DIY snorkel a modified version of the ones found on the internet. So I can not take complete credit for this snorkel setup. This Snorkel setup was designed and fabbed to work with 1988 Jeep Wrangler, but will work with other models with little modification. I know you can use this setup on a 1997 Jeep TJ, for I have done it on my friendís jeep.Now on to the parts list, most pieces can be found at Home Depot, Lowes, or a plumbing supply house (this is where I got all my piece of the puzzle). (1) 1- 8 ft piece of 2" black abs pipe. (2) 1- 2" rubber 90* (3) 1- metal pipe hanger (cooper or steel) (4) 1- metal strap hanger (5) 1- 90* Street 90 elbow (6) 1- 45* elbow (7) 1- 4" to 2" drain adapter (8) 1- 4" drain cover to fit inside the adapter above. (This is where
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