392 XR | SteerSmarts End links

MTGOAT

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I had originally planned on lifting my 2019 JLRU and purchased a set of SteerSmarts sway bar end links a few years ago. I never got around to buying a lift and instead bought the 392 XR. I figured that the XR is about 2.5" higher than a standard Rubicon suspension so I painted them to match the gold on the 392 and tossed them on.

While the sway bar is not a perfect 90* I think this is acceptable. I can't say I noticed too much of a difference in side to side movement but I do dig the look.

If someone thinks that this angle is going to cause me any issues, please speak up!

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Comparison of the SteerSmarts end link next to the factory end link:

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You will be fine. I believe the correct angle is 11 degrees up. It is better to have the sway bar links a little longer than a little shorter anyways.
 

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