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03-25-2012 06:44 PM
hirlas Thank you for the quick reply!

Stock should make it very easy find those things.

Thank you again!

03-25-2012 05:15 PM
183Beast On my SOA application With the plates flipped to the top side like yours. I just use the stock length links and have no issues.
03-25-2012 03:44 PM
hirlas
Length of sway bar links?

Hi all,

I have recently purchased a '94 jeep wrangler. So far it is a lot of fun!

After looking over the front end a little closer, I noticed that the sway bar links are missing. (I do have the sway bar) The vehicle has been lifted, and I have no idea how to determine the length of the replacement links. Anyone have any ideas? BTW, my front end seems to "hop" around the road when driving, that is the reason for me wanting to get these links back on.

Thanks much!

I will include some pics, first one is my neighbors stock front end, second is my lifted front end. (notice the link pins sit on top of the leaf spring?)

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