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2012 jeep installing budget boost on saturday. Kit only came with 2" lift spacers. Will I need sway bar extensions? Or anything additional. I read online that once you go above 2" lift you need them then. Hopefully I can still install the lift tomorrow!
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Why wouldn't you put the longer ones up front? I just did the leveling kit last weekend and put the new tf link up front
The stock rears are longer than the stock fronts so for a 2" lift you replace the fronts with the rears and get longer ones for the rear.
 

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if you already have longer ones, the TF links, than puut them in the front. I would bet SilverSport was saying for folks that do not have any aftermarket links, place rears up front and replace the rear.

Although I might be wrong.
 

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The advantage is you are only buying one pair of links. (by putting stock rears on front)
 

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Quick Disconnects

When I put on my lift I went with front sway bar disconnects. I didn't realize the difference they would make on the trail. They really allow the front axle to adjust to the terrain. I was impressed.

You may want to consider disconnects if you are taking your Jeep off road.
 
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