Sway bar disconnects? VDJ76 cruiser

LCV8VICTORIA

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Vdj76 wagon

Victoria, does anyone know who sells a kit? Or has done a job themselves?
Looking to see if it makes a difference in the front end for a bit for flex
 

LCV8VICTORIA

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Saw these for a 80series got me thinking lol
I’ll let you know if I find something

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Andrew_LN65

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If you don't find anything shoot me a PM and I'll see what I can do in terms of putting together a bolt in kit.

I plan to add swaybars to my hilux soon for better on road manners so will have to engineer up some nice quick disconnects to maintain flex offroad. Should be easy enough to do some to suit the Cruiser while I'm at it.

I'd have to poke my head under a 76 to see how everything mounts but it should be doable
 

mac_man_luke

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those 80 series ones do look like an idea that might work. Just have to unbolt the sway bar from the diff and pin it up there to store it while not in use.
Would have to disconnect the ABS wiring etc from the sway bar but thats not a big deal
 

LCV8VICTORIA

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This is the one I found in America for an 80 series
Very much the same axle houseing
I’ll try find some in Aus
Or I’ll make some

Just used the bump stop holes and a bracket and pin

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