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Old 04-11-2013, 12:20 PM   #1
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Basically, you want your sway bar to sit parallel with the ground.(Level ground of course) It doesn't have to be perfect though, a few degrees off won't affect driveablility or anything like that. So the disco's made for the 2.5" lift should be okay with your 3" lift.

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42yrs First Jeep,

Basically, you want your sway bar to sit parallel with the ground.(Level ground of course) It doesn't have to be perfect though, a few degrees off won't affect driveablility or anything like that. So the disco's made for the 2.5" lift should be okay with your 3" lift.

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Actually you want it sloped up a bit at the ends, like it was from the factory. 5-15 degrees works.
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Actually you want it sloped up a bit at the ends, like it was from the factory. 5-15 degrees works.
Patrick,

You're right, I just double checked mine and it's about 10* up. I'm pretty sure I was thinking about when it's on a vehicle lift, I set mine level when the axle's drooped out that gets it sitting right when the weight of the Jeep is on it.

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