Suspension help

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Might be worth checking that the rubber isolators are all in place. Very easy for an uppers to drop out whilst mauling with the springs.
Also if it’s a Rubicon put it in low 4, disconnect the sway bar via the normal switch, make sure it confirms on the display that it’s disconnected, then reconnect again on level ground.
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Thanks I’ll check the isolators too. One thing I did notice is he installed the rear sway links upside down. Not sure if that’s why it means but certainly affects the way the rear end handles.
 
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Right you want to have everything installed loose, then have the vehicle sitting on its own weight before adjusting angles and tightening/torquing everything down to prevent the suspension from binding up. If you adjust angles and tighten everything up while the vehicle is lifted, you're gonna have a bad time!
By everything you mean the new lower control arms ( both ends ) and the track bars correct? Sway bar links should be tightened though? Thanks!
 

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By everything you mean the new lower control arms ( both ends ) and the track bars correct? Sway bar links should be tightened though? Thanks!
Did you figure out what was causing the issue?
 

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