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I have the Rancho 2” lift and lower control arms. Finally got a set of JKS quicker disconnects. Clearly the sway bar has been working just fine with the current disconnects but I know they are too short. Can someone send out a pic of the right sway bar angle or give me an idea of how long these should be compared to the stock sway bar connects?
Am I correct in thinking an alignment will not be necessary after install?
 

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10-15* angled up yes no alignment needed as won’t have any effect on that.
 

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They should be similar to length as your stock rear sway bar links as most kits replace teh rears with longer ones and move the rears to the front
 

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Just a heads up the front shock will be your next "limiting" factor.
You will need either a longer shock.
A lower shock bracket for more travel
And make sure the drive shaft and exhaust are good too.
Thanks Matt
I have the Rancho 2” lift and lower control arms. Finally got a set of JKS quicker disconnects. Clearly the sway bar has been working just fine with the current disconnects but I know they are too short. Can someone send out a pic of the right sway bar angle or give me an idea of how long these should be compared to the stock sway bar connects?
Am I correct in thinking an alignment will not be necessary after install?
 

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I have the Rancho 2” lift and lower control arms. Finally got a set of JKS quicker disconnects. Clearly the sway bar has been working just fine with the current disconnects but I know they are too short. Can someone send out a pic of the right sway bar angle or give me an idea of how long these should be compared to the stock sway bar connects?
Am I correct in thinking an alignment will not be necessary after install?
No alignment needed. A proper sway bar angle is about 10° above level on the front sway bar. But anything from about 5° to 10° above horizontal will work very well.
 

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Just a heads up the front shock will be your next "limiting" factor.
You will need either a longer shock.
A lower shock bracket for more travel
And make sure the drive shaft and exhaust are good too.
Thanks Matt
Wait, I bought your lift package, with shocks, springs, and lower control arms. You’re telling me my shocks are too short?
 
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