2nd and 3rd pic...I would shorten the disconnects to where the anti sway bar sits more parallel to the frame (level). Remember when removing them for off road driving to take extreme care where you place the exposed end of the anti sway bar...tying it up places it in a position that will impact your tire on a locked turn. Tie it with something that maintains a level position, or, as I did, grind away a notch in that frame piece you see sticking out so it can be tied above where the tire turns...ask those who have these and they will confirm this need, not in the instructions.
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