Swaybar Disconnects for Pajero

Every now and then I am looking up Sway bar disconnects at google as I am looking for a way to dis-attach the rear sway bar of my Pajero. I haven't found anything yet but I know there's something out there. Here's a picture of what I've found recently. It's definitely from a Pajero gen 2 body.

Here's a picture.
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Anyone knows where to get them?
HillsForThrills

Hey mate, have ya looked at Superior Engineering up at Burpengary? They make disconnects (have a set on my GQ...), but whether they do a Paj' version I'm not sure... Maybe you could ask them and be the test-bed vehicle...? :)
NAVMAN

Looks easy enough to knock up yourself. Just grab a few urethane bushes threaded rod and thick wall alloy tube and some pins.

Personally I've removed my swaybar and have barely noticed it gone besides the extra flex.
HillsForThrills

Mate, no offence, but as a structural welder, fairly experienced driver (4WD, Rally, Street, Heavy Vehicle...) yes, you can make them yourself... At the least the pin will fail... as Superior's do on mine quite often, but pin's are an easy replacement... Worst the link itself, so then ya make another one... And it fails again... Buy a properly built one... They don't put the R&D into these things for nothing... Secondly... It really annoys me to hear people say, "Oh, I just pulled my swaybar off... No drama's..." ... Honestly, mate, they are there for a reason... If you can't detect the difference, then, again, no offence, but maybe you aren't as good a driver as you think... They are there to limit bodyroll, not flex, and anyone who thinks different has no idea about vehicle suspension... Last point, is that vehicles with swaybars removed, are illegal... No if's, but's or maybe's.... Get GOOD disconnects... you honestly won't build them to quality for the price of an aftermarket set...
ARGS

meh, I'm with navman, just remove the rear, I did and barely noticed it's gone except when offroad cause then its awesome
NAVMAN

Posted by: "HillsForThrills" at
Mate, no offence, but as a structural welder, fairly experienced driver (4WD, Rally, Street, Heavy Vehicle...) yes, you can make them yourself... At the least the pin will fail... as Superior's do on mine quite often, but pin's are an easy replacement... Worst the link itself, so then ya make another one... And it fails again... Buy a properly built one... They don't put the R&D into these things for nothing... Secondly... It really annoys me to hear people say, "Oh, I just pulled my swaybar off... No drama's..." ... Honestly, mate, they are there for a reason... If you can't detect the difference, then, again, no offence, but maybe you aren't as good a driver as you think... They are there to limit bodyroll, not flex, and anyone who thinks different has no idea about vehicle suspension... Last point, is that vehicles with swaybars removed, are illegal... No if's, but's or maybe's.... Get GOOD disconnects... you honestly won't build them to quality for the price of an aftermarket set....


Mate no offense but please show us all your mod plate(s) for your 7-INCH SUSPENSION LIFT & 35-INCH MT TYRES?
HillsForThrills

Navman, no offence taken mate... I don't have any, simple... It does however still have swaybars attached, so that's one thing I don't need to worry about... And I will actually make the point that, although it's not mod-plated (and never will be), the mods were done with the input of an engineer, and the vehicle actually handles and stops better than most stock ones... But anyway, I wasn't having a go at you or your vehicle regarding your lack of swaybars, I was simply pointing out the fact that it IS illegal to remove them, and I was under the impression that Torsten preferred to actually have his swaybars still attached and legal, yet still have a quick option to disconnect them, that's all... And having disconnects myself, and being able to have an in-depth look at their construction, my personal opinion, again as someone who has done that sort of fabwork before (both for myself and for work), is that it is a FAR better option to simply purchase a good set from Superior, rather than try to fabricate them... for both strength AND cost... As I say though, just my opinion...

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