Yep sits just like factory. All I did was cut the links in half, took a 6” long pipe nipple that I cut the threads off of, slid the link pieces into the nipple and tack the bottom side, installed it back on Ranger, slid top up until sway bar was level, tacked the top side, removed from Ranger, then welded it up solid. Copy what you did on that side to the other. Took 15 minutes and handles great.So does your rear sway bar sit level? Not on a downward angle
I'd of swore you would have had to take some plastic off to get that out.None. Just two screws and two bolts. It looks complicated from outside looking in but it's actually pretty simple. Especially now that I've done it already.
I'd of swore you would have had to take some plastic off to get that out.
So just pull the bolts out of the bushings and you can jimmy the bar out?