Teraflex st2 front sway bar

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I installed this kit on my Sahara in April (love it) it seems my sway bar sits much higher than other Jeeps but I used the links that came with the kit (I recall the box said JK for the links only). are they too high? Am I going to have issues?

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I installed this kit on my Sahara in April (love it) it seems my sway bar sits much higher than other Jeeps but I used the links that came with the kit (I recall the box said JK for the links only). are they too high? Am I going to have issues?

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Double check that you have the shorter links up front. The front should have 10.75" and the rear should have 11.50".
 

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Sway bar Should be parallel with the ground - for best performance.
You will not get much flex the way it sits, unless you prefer stiff.
 
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The front are longer than the back, time to switch
 

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Sway bar Should be parallel with the ground - for best performance.
You will not get much flex the way it sits, unless you prefer stiff.
I agree, those things look like they don't have to much travel left before they start getting in the position where they just become a straight rod
 

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I‘ll post another pic when it’s done
Sounds good.

The bar will never be parallel to the ground. Just make sure you have the shorter links up front and everything will work as designed.
 
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It’s definitely lower. The back looks close to the tire balancing weights, I’ll keep an eye on those. When I installed the lift it was stiffer than I expected but folks on line said it would be stiff. Opinions? Should I consider adjustable. Does it improve the ride.

Thanks for the input

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Anyone try running 37" K02 with the st2 using the bumpstop shims and have photo's feedback, reports of rubbing?
 
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