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I see some quick disconnect links are fixed and some are adjustable. I have a stock Jeep for now but plan a spacer or leveling kit to accommodate fat 33" tires in the future.

Can I expect a 0"-3" fixed disconnect length to hit a limit(extended or compressed suspension) if I'm at a stock ride height? Is an adjustable link far better?

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It doesn't really matter whether you get a fixed or adjustable link as long as you get your sway bar level. The magic figure is + or - 5 degrees and if you have it beyond that, you are asking for trouble (I speak from experience). The advantage to the adjustable disconnects is that you can get them to the perfect length.
 

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It doesn't really matter whether you get a fixed or adjustable link as long as you get your sway bar level. The magic figure is + or - 5 degrees and if you have it beyond that, you are asking for trouble (I speak from experience). The advantage to the adjustable disconnects is that you can get them to the perfect length.
The sway bar is the bar connected at the top of the link right? So that should be level.
 

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Front should be up... +6 degrees.

Rear should be 0 to -6 degrees.

The issue is shocks. If you are running long shocks the fronts could need to be up +12...

With a spacer kit and stock shocks your window is pretty large. I'd say anywhere from -5 to +6 is acceptable.
 
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