Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Laguna Hills, CA
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Also think about full droop or full articulation. One of the most common things we see when we rack a customers Jeep are too short anti-sway bar links. Not a real issue if you have disconnectable links and actually unpin them but something to think about nonetheless.
If your links are too short and you fully articulate your front or rear end you can actually invert a link (or both) and cause some pretty serious damage your your calipers, brake/abs lines, or wheel.
It's very simple to check yourself if you have a floor jack.
Lift your front or rear end completely off the ground and look at the angle made by your anti-sway bar link and arm. If they form a straight line or very close to a straight line, the link is too short. With enough force from your hand you can actually invert the link yourself. If you were to invert your link and then lower your Jeep back down you can see all the damage it would cause.