03 Rubi has it down. The angle is between 5 and 15 degrees. Here is the sheet that I received with my JKS disconnects a month ago.
Oh yea and you can find the angle by using trig. Imagine a triangle when looking at your sway bar. The top of the swaybar link is one of the points of the triangle another point is where the swaybar actually pivots and the last point is horizontal to the swaybar pivot point where it intersects the swaybar link(should be about 2" from the first point of your triangle). Once you have those measurements Use the following formula sin 10=opposite side length/hypotenuse length. If you have any troubles just get me the measurements and I will do the trig for you.