Here's a pic of everything that you get with your kit. 
This is your stock swaybar link that you will be replacing
The top bolt holding your swaybar link is a tappered stud and will not come out without a little encouragment. Do yourself a favor and borrow one of these (tie-rod end puller) from Autozone.
Be sure to mount the U-Strap on top of the swaybar.
Install stainless steel pin and bushing on to your axle bracket.
Swaybar Position Chart.
Adjust length according to the chart provided with your kit and then install the quick disconnect links to the U-strap. Be sure to use Red Locktite.
Drill and thread hole into your frame.
Attach swaybar link storage pin.
Here's what it should look like once everything is installed.
JKS Swaybar Quick Disconnects

Disconnecting your Jeep swaybars by removing the links is something that all Jeepers do when you hit the trail. While swaybars do a great job of stabilizing your ride on pavment, they can severely limit the amout of wheel travel you have when off-roading and that's not good. The more your axle can articulate, the more all four of your tires will make contact with the groud and consequently, the more traction/stability you will have. After riding on homemade disconnects for years, I finally decided to get a real set from JKS. These are by far the nicest QD's I've seen and I'm extreamly pleased with my purchase. They were easy to install and are even easier to use, far easier than any other QD on the market that I've seen anyway.

What You Will Need
• JKS Quick Disconnect Kit
• Socket Set (Metric)
• Box Wrench (Metric)
• Allen Wrench Set (Metric)
• Torx Bit Set
• Torque Wrench
• Red Locktite
• Tie-Rod End Remover or Pickle Fork
• Hand Drill
• Center Punch
• "F" Size Drill Bit & 5/16"X18 Tap
• PB Blaster
• Breaker Bar
• Grease Gun

1. Do yourself a favor and be sure that you have everything listed above before you start. If you live in a rust belt zone, be sure to spray all the bolts you will be working on with PB Blaster a couple of days before you start this project.

2. Begin by removing your stock swaybar links from your swaybar. The bottom bolt that is attached to your axle will require a T-55 Torx Bit and the top bolt is a tappered stud. In other words, even after you remove the nut securing this bolt, the darn link will still be stuck on the swaybar and near impossible to remove. I have heard of a lot of neat ways to get these things off (including banging it with a BIG Friggen Hammer), but all you need to do is go down to your local Autozone and borrow a Tie-rod End Puller. It is completely free (so long as you return the tool of course) and will save you a lot of grief.

With your trusty tie-rod end puller in hand, simply slip it over your swaybar and locate it over the top of the tappered stud as shown in the image to the left. Then, slowly start cranking down the tool with a socket wrench until the link pops off.

3. Okay, now dissasemble the U-Strap from the quick disconnects by removing the button head bolt (these button head bolts will require a Metric Allen Wrench) and then mount the U-Strap ON TOP of the swaybar.

4. Install the new stainless steel pin to the lower axle bracket as shown in the pic to the right. Be sure to leave the plastic spacer on and keep the hole for the click pin as horizontal to the ground as possible. Torque this bolt to 65ft/lb.

5. The JKS kit will come with a nifty chart (which you can see to the right) that shows you how to determine what the length of your new swaybar links should be. Optimum setting is + or - 3° from 13° above horizontal. Adjust them accordingly and tighten the jam nut with both ends of the disconnect on a flat surface.

6. Re-assemble the disconnect links to the U-Strap you installed on the swaybar. Make sure you use RED LOCKTITE on the bolt threads to make sure it does not come loose. Torque this bolt to 40ft/lb.

7. Slide the bottom bushing of the swaybar link on to the lower mounting pin you installed earlier and insert the click pin provided with the kit.

8. If your Jeep does not sit level after both disconnects have been installed, rock your Jeep from side to side and check again. If it still isn't sitting level, adjust swaybar links by extending or shortening one or the other.

9. Now it's time to install the storage pins. These are used retain your disconnected swaybar links up and out of the way while on the trail. Begin by rotating your disconneted link up to your frame rail, mark where you will drill your hole and then tap that point with a center punch. Drill this point using an "F" size drill bit which can be found at most auto part stores or Sears. It is very important to use the correct size drill bit as an incorrect size will make it near impossible to tap correctly.

10. Tap the hole you just drilled using a 5/16"x18 thread hole tap and then install the storage pins with the click pin holes as horizontal to the ground as possible.

11. These swaybar disconnects come equiped with zerk nipples which will need to be greased often. Be sure to do this before you start driving your Jeep around.

That should be it. Please let me know if you have any questions.

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