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04-27-2017 04:46 PM
68Broncoholics 2011 F350 superduty long bed
03-27-2017 08:03 PM
klhansen 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.

What truck are you talking about? You should fill in your signature with info on your truck. That would help everyone be more focused in their answers.
03-27-2017 07:13 PM
68Broncoholics Sorry, 2" inch lift is all.
03-27-2017 07:12 PM
68Broncoholics
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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