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11-12-2012 04:45 PM
eugenesonrisa I did those this weekend. All I did was put one side in place to hold it up where I wanted the sway bar then installed the other side.
11-12-2012 04:36 PM
YHSublime
Adjusting the sway bar

So I'm installing my JKS discos, and I'm halfway done. I had to do my brakes and rotors, so while my wheels were off, I popped out the old links on both sides and installed the top and bottom brackets before putting the new ones in. I picked up some new bolts for my calipers (broke when I took em' out last night" hence why my wheels are still off and I haven't finished the install on the discos. Currently my sway bar is limp. I can move it any which way it wants. My JKS instructions say I need to make sure it sits at a 0-5 degree angle when the new discos are installed. Is there some sort of bolt or way to tighten the sway bar, or is it just that "when on level ground, make sure the discos aren't holding your sway bar past 5 degrees?

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