You might run into issues with the sway bar hitting going over speed bumps or potholes. From what i understand the sway bar should be level with the ground if your suspension travel is 5" up, 5" down. Most suspensions are 7 up and 3 down so the sway bar points slightly upwards (like mine).I am so jealous, You are going to stiffen your frame all at once. The solution I came-up with on my sway-bar seems like it will work just fine, As my driving on the street is rather tame and the front end doesn't move up and down much at all. The discos are about 1.5"s shorter which will stay clear of everything. I wish I could find a sway bar that is about an inch wider. Sorry I didn't get a chance to snap some pics. got real busy installing an irrigation system.
Is your steering system a Curry-link? From the photo it looks a lot like mine.
Yep, its a currie currectlync steering. Works great. People always comment about the huge bars under my jeep. Haha.
I hope i get it all the frame stiffening done at once but we will see how much it'll cost to tack the front and rear on. Middle is definitely goin on there. I don't have a welder or know how to weld and since we move so much, it'd be pointless to buy a welder to add to the pile. I'd love to learn to weld.