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    EVO no limits on demand

    Who's running the EVO no limits on demand swaybar disconnect and how did you set it up? I'm toying with the idea of running this but I'm looking for ideas to set it up. I currently run the manual EVO no limits set up and it works well. I have push button Rubicon envy however so I'm considering purchasing the on demand model.


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    I have it, as my ruby e-disco took a dump. It's on a switch next to my air compressor switch which is used for my lockers.

    I have the small ARB that's mounted in the engine compartment. Only had the whole setup for a few weeks but so far I love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SDG View Post
    I have it, as my ruby e-disco took a dump. It's on a switch next to my air compressor switch which is used for my lockers.

    I have the small ARB that's mounted in the engine compartment. Only had the whole setup for a few weeks but so far I love it.

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    What did you do with the huge plug and all the wiring that went to the factory motor?


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    What did you do with the huge plug and all the wiring that went to the factory motor?
    I'd be interested to know as well. Me, I just coiled up the harness and zip tied it to the passenger side frame rail but I'd rather just cut it off.

    Oh, and I don't have the On-Demand, just the manual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    I'd be interested to know as well. Me, I just coiled up the harness and zip tied it to the passenger side frame rail but I'd rather just cut it off.

    Oh, and I don't have the On-Demand, just the manual.
    It would be nice if the other end unplugged but it doesn't from what I can see


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    It would be nice if the other end unplugged but it doesn't from what I can see
    Nope and there are a ton of wires in the loom. I've been wanting to cut mine but was afraid that it might cause some kind of problem with the computer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Nope and there are a ton of wires in the loom. I've been wanting to cut mine but was afraid that it might cause some kind of problem with the computer.
    Exactly, it can't take that many wires to run that little motor so what are all the other ones for? Def won't cut it off, I'll let you try it first!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    Exactly, it can't take that many wires to run that little motor so what are all the other ones for? Def won't cut it off, I'll let you try it first!!


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    It's whole harness for lockers sway bar and all the do-dads that come on a rubicon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    It's whole harness for lockers sway bar and all the do-dads that come on a rubicon.
    Right. And, being that it's disconnected from the sway bar motor and no longer completing a circuit, you would think you could just cut it off. At least, I want to believe I could but just can't get myself to do it

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Right. And, being that it's disconnected from the sway bar motor and no longer completing a circuit, you would think you could just cut it off. At least, I want to believe I could but just can't get myself to do it
    I had one of the plug ends that I got when I bought an old motor. Someone cut theirs off and hey didn't say anything was fucked up. Lol


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