Anyone installed Eibach front swaybar

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Well Autozone two with black bushings doesnt have bolt threaded all the way, another Autozone location should have one with white bushings,maybe that one is threaded more than 1.5"
 

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Lowering your truck DOES change how the sway bar sits, as the distance between your truck's frame and the lower control arm has changed.

As folks above suggested, you need to shorten the sway bar end links to the point where the sway bar is level to the ground.

I understand that, but mine front is 2" drop spindles, not 2" drop springs
This Eibach front swaybar doesnt fit 2015+ without new shorter end links, may fit 2007-2014 just fine
 

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Found Duralast gold with white/gray bushings. This one have 2.75" threaded bolt vs 1.5" Moog. This one may work. If doesnt i got some 5" and 6" grade 8 3/8-16 bolts fron local hardware. Btw Moog bolts are 7.25"
 

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End up installing swaybar with Eibach logo right side up like i installed first time
Untill i got some fully threaded 6" grade 8 bolts i shorten Duralast gold bolts 1.25", and also Moog spacers. For now im using Moog bushings and nuts, Duralast for spare.
Here is how it looks now, much better than before
1st pics up in the air, 2nd car on the ground


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