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Old 03-28-2006, 05:30 PM
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The sway bar drop is optional, IMO. If you're not rubbing the driveshaft then you're good, and if you really needed that extra bit of articulation you probably already turned the magic dial a long time ago so who cares if one tire is in the air for a second. I've had mine dropped for 2 years, stock location for a couple years before that, and notice no difference.
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Old 03-28-2006, 05:38 PM
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I did the castor correction but did not lower the front sway bar. How critical is this? It looked like I had plenty of room. When the suspension is articulated, does the driveshaft hit the sway bar?

That ARB castor correction is pretty ingenious, if you ask me. What a good idea on ARB's part to offer such a (relatively) easy fix.
I don't think you need top lower the sway bars for 2.5" lift.
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