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I should know better than to ask here, but I'll give it a shot anyway. I have the SuspensionMaxx extended front sway bar links and was wondering if anyone made them for the rear. My alignment guy swears it's not the Caster and won't change anything until I add a rear sway bar link. Since being lifted it steers like trash. It's only a small 2.5in lift. Are the factory links long enough? Is the sway bar supposed to be parallel to the ground when connected? Anyone have any pics of the factory setup?
 

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I have a 2.5 and factory links in the rear and extended in the front. No issues with the rear sway bar. He is saying your sway bar is affecting your tracking?
 

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I have a 2.5 and factory links in the rear and extended in the front. No issues with the rear sway bar. He is saying your sway bar is affecting your tracking?
That's what they are telling me. When I'm on the highway and start going around a curve it feels like the rear end is going to come out from under me. And the front dives when making corners at almost any speed. I was thinking about trying some adjustable rear end links. Found a few "universal" sets on eBay. I think I remember reading the factory ones are 130mm. This should give me room to play. Only bad part is I can't find the specs for the bolt size. My old ones got tossed by the mechanic, so I have nothing to measure from.

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I left a voicemail with SuspensionMaxx earlier today. They aren't far from me and I'm hoping they can make me some. If they do I'll let you guys know.
 

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I have a 2.5 and factory links in the rear and extended in the front. No issues with the rear sway bar. He is saying your sway bar is affecting your tracking?
What extended fronts did you go with?

I should know better than to ask here, but I'll give it a shot anyway. I have the SuspensionMaxx extended front sway bar links and was wondering if anyone made them for the rear. My alignment guy swears it's not the Caster and won't change anything until I add a rear sway bar link. Since being lifted it steers like trash. It's only a small 2.5in lift. Are the factory links long enough? Is the sway bar supposed to be parallel to the ground when connected? Anyone have any pics of the factory setup?
You shouldn't have alignment issues with factory links in front and rear as im running a 2.5 without any alignment issues. Maybe try a different alignment shop.
 
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