A couple things:
1) What are you planning on doing about your track bar/drag link relationship? I wouldn't be surprised if your rig steers like crap.
2) What do you mean your sway bar link is hitting the high steer arm? When disconnected? If not, you shouldn't be on the ramp connected anyway.
Things look OK but you're going to have some bugs to work out. You doing the work?
1. Don't know yet...have not driven it. The shocks from Bilstien are delayed and it is killing me. The mechanic doing my build has driven it and said it feels very close to stock in every aspect and drives very nice. I'll have to see what that means when I drive it. Hope to have it back in my hands in a week or two.
Can you define "steers like crap" ? I am a noob so I apreciate all help and advice. What should I be looking for and feeling with regards to steering and in what situations (i.e. slow or high speed, on-road or off-road).
2. Yes, when disconnected on the ramp the upper high steer arm (see pics) on passenger side was contacting the the lower sway bar disco mount. The only possible fix was to install a Currie AntiRock type disco in order to move the disco forward for more clearance. This required cutting the lower disco mount off and fabbing/welding a new disco mount forward.
See the pic of the Rock Lock on the passenger side...look at the high steer arm near the passenger side. You can see an abrasion where the Rubi Express disco mount was hitting the arm on the articulation ramp. Any of the antirock type devices solves that problem since they move the discos forward a bit. If I did not have the high steer kit, this would have not been an issue at all.
Lastly, no I am not doing the work. I do not have the skills needed for all this work.. Worse yet, I do not have the time. My job requires ton's of overtime, so I have more money than free time. I am happy with the shop this far. They have been very honest and presented many possible options along the way, but never have pressured me one way or the other during the build.