It's a jeep thing! No it really is! Ok I'm probably going to need to get the bullet proof vest out for just saying the "J" word here but oh well I'm new and have no reputation to protect. I came across something and wanted to get some input/ ideas before proceeding. While looking into options for a sway bar disconnect for the Cruiser I started remembering how much it sucked pulling the pins out of the quick disconnects in the jeeps I had owned before getting on the trail. While searching around I remembered that Mopar came out with the electric disconnects for the Dodge power wagon in 05 and more recently in the rubicon. I then stumbled across the following site http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=367045 , basically a guy who bought one for his older model and retrofit it. Great start, he already figured out the internals for me! I also found the picture listed from an 06 power wagon, HHHMMM? If the right size I can put it where my current locker switch is and will also have the function for the disconnect as well. So I'm defiantly no banana but sounds easy to me and I have access to a welder. Anyway please feel free to respond with advise, criticism or what ever. Some of the things I'm already considering: 1. The above thread is no BS I called several places and the price ranged from $1,200 to $1,800 out of SLC! Did some calling on a Saturday and BINGO, local place could get one for $80 plus tax ON Tuesday. I had my doubts but picked it up today paid cash and figure I will make sure it will work before cutting. If it doesn’t work I figure I could easily sell it for $300 from what I'm reading or at least break even. 2. The sway bar is to the front in the jeep and the rear or the Cruiser. With having to consider the drive shaft. The complete unit is somewhat long but a lot of the housing at the end is for the circuit board that will be removed for better room. This is obviously larger due to the motor and all but seem like it will fit just below the space between the motor and tranny. Could also make some armor to protect it. Keep in mind if I was into rock crawling I would just take the sway bar of and at this time it is not what I'm looking for. 3. The jeep SB is actually a large diameter, wider and obviously won't bolt right in, if it did I would go buy a bunch of frikken lottery tickets now! Cutting and welding is a must. 4. Has anyone relocated the SB to the front of the 80? I got home late and couldn’t get a good look with it stuffed in the garage. My guess is no. 5. This won't happen overnight as I'm going to do a lot of research and I'm in no hurry to chop this thing up yet. Besides I already got mine and who knows give it another month and maybe they will raise the price to $3,000. I'm sure these jeep guys will really get desperate once the snow starts melting. SUCKERS!