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Swaybar drop brackets for 2" lift

Are the sway bar drop downs a good idea when lifting both the front and rear? Seems if they're not in place the sway bar will hang further below the axle, in the rear anyway.
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Sorry, 2" inch lift is all.
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If you're talking about the end links, then I would think that extended ones that keep the sway bar at the same angle reference to the ground as they are pre-lift would be a good idea. But with a 2" lift, it probably won't make that much difference.

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