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You can take a pic to get more feedback, but I would (as mentioned- if not too severe of an angle) install them and drive it on a (low traffic) side street or parking lot, etc. Turn your wheels back and forth while accelerating and braking- to see how it feels. Maybe not the best idea- but if you drive slowly you can get a good idea if they will work. There are some adjustable ones as well- but if they really seem to be "off", I would put in a call to Rancho to see what they say.JMO
 

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DO NOT DRIVE THAT JEEP. That is way off as Jason said. He!!, it looks like the stock links would fit better. Like suggested, you may need to use a shorter or adjustable link, at least without going to a different spring/ lift set-up.
 

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Yes- I am looking at your sig- and not sure why you are doing longer swaybar links without having a lift. At least it makes sense now, why they are off so bad. Those links are obviously for a 3- 4" lift.
 

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FWIW- Some companies/ cust service reps will say that anything and everything will work for your particular application. People are getting harder to trust these days. A good company (like Rubicon Express/ Poly Performance/ Teraflex) will likely tell you or include all that you will need fotr the job/ lift to be installed correctly.
 
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