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15'' Conversion With Rear Sway Bar...


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tomoro

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when the suspension is loaded I have 1/8'' between camber link and swaybar... my ajustable swaybar endlink have 1.5 inch of thread each side so I adjusted to 1'' each side to keep 1/2'' in the heim joints.  so my swaybar endlink is to the longest position...  I need feedback  it's ok  or not ??

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As long as there is clearance and the sway is inside the wheel lip you should be fine.


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I'm not so sure. Having your suspension links come in contact is no bueno. This seems too close for comfort in my opinion. I would say get your factory control arms back on there or another arm that gives you enough clearance. I've installed many of these kits on cars with both factory and adjustable arms and have never run into this issue.

 

You will also want to route/tie your brake line in such a way that it is not rubbing on the suspension components.


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Brake line is definitely in need of rerouting. ^^^^^^^^^^^
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