After having them sit round for a couple of months I finally got them put on.
These are JKS Quicker Disconnect model 2034, made to fit the '07-'13 JK Wrangler with 2.5" to 6" lift.
There were a few mods I had to work through.
First, the mounting holes on the strut and the sway bar have to be enlarged slightly to 1/2" to accept the mounting posts.
Second, the posts that mount to the sway bar had to have the threaded end shortened to avoid contact with the frame. I cut them to approximately .875.
Third, one of the pair of posts that mounts to the strut is conical on the end and has to be modded so that the top is flat like the other. These posts are the pair in the lower right corner of the first pic (no black bushing).
Additionally, since there is less room on the passenger side between the strut and the body, the sides of this post need to be rounded off so that you can work the disconnect on to the post. Even with this mod it will still take a bit of finesse to get the disconnect to slide on to the passenger side strut post.
There is slightly more room on the driver side, so the rounding wasn't necessary.
To set the length of the disconnect, I started with the center to center distance of the factory link, and adjusted it until I could get both links on and off easily.
I don't have many miles on them yet, but so far, I haven't noticed any difference on the street between the disconnects and the factory links.
I haven't had a chance to test it off-road yet, but plan to within the next week or so.
Now that I've used them out on the trail, I've found it helpful to taper the ends of the 4 click pins (pic below) used to secure the links to the posts.
Makes it a lot easier to re-insert them.