The patent-pending AutoLYNX was designed to make disconnecting the sway bar much faster and easier:
No need to fight a stuck link.
No need to find perfectly flat ground to connect or reconnect.
To disconnect the sway bar, just hop out and turn the knob a quarter turn and then do the other side. Takes less than 10 seconds. It’s easy to turn and that's it. Hop back in and drive.
You can do this on relatively un-flat ground up to 4” of articulation.
To reconnect, turn the knobs back to the lock position and push the sway bar down until you hear a “click” and that's it. Only one side needs to be pushed down to latch. As you drive, it will automatically latch the other side. Your Jeep can be at full articulation to re-latch the bar.
No need to park the bar or clean the mounting pins.
No need to find level ground.
No need to push and pull under a muddy Jeep.
The hardest part is getting out of the Jeep...that’s it!
The link has multiple positions to allow for almost all possibilities of link fitment. Measure your old one and set it there.
What about quality?
It's built much like a high end damper with an induction hardened, hard chromed shaft and hard anodized body. The bushing is OE style vulcanized rubber. These are tooled and made special for this application, not a generic bushing. The upper bushing has a special swivel for sway bar swing.
What will it work with?
Most any sway bar. We recommend the Jeep sport sway bar though it could be used as an antirock bar or other. It can be used with the Rubicon bar but we recommend removing it, as it tends to fail (the bushing fails as does the love joy style connector. It also makes a lot of noise when worn).
8.0" STROKE - For use with factory shocks including Rubicon, Sport and Sahara models. Including JK/JL/JT. This shorter link will make mounting easier on stock - 2.0” lift kits. No trimming required on factory wheel wells.
DO NOT USE WITH LONGER THAN 8.5" STROKE SHOCKS
10.5" STROKE - For use with aftermarket shocks. If you plan on upgrading to longer shocks than factory supplied, use the 10.5” stroke autoLYNX. Mopar 2” lift kits will use the 10.5” stroke autoLYNX.