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Old 05-20-2022, 02:08 PM #16
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Stupid question but how much does space does the Sonoran add?

Spacing the sway bar even 1/4" away from the actuator would help

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Stupid question but how much does space does the Sonoran add?

Spacing the sway bar even 1/4" away from the actuator would help
It adds a lot of space. With the brackets:



Without:

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I just took my brackets out. They put the sway bar links at a really poor angle, like this (look at the bushings!):



Without the relocation brackets, the geometry is much better:



The only advantage I see to these relocation brackets is that they create more clearance between the sway bar and the e-locker actuator. But then again, a lift does not change the arc in which the suspension travels, only the resting position - so if Toyota thought that there is enough clearance at factory height, that should still hold with the 2" lift (it's the same as 2" of suspension travel from stock).

What end links are those?
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What end links are those?
They are SKP 90619 links, beefy and cheap - More Information for SKP SK90619
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Man I've no idea how I missed all of these replies... So I've got the brackets and I need to order links. Ordering stock rear links so we will see how well they work with the lift my 890's give.
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isnt it recommended that you run a different link if your lifted more than 2 inches and use those brackets. I can say I did NOT when I did a ss lift with those brackets....i only lifted 2 inches.... but....just saying/asking
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that is cheap.....how long have you been running them....like hold up and life

I put some NAPA ones on last fall, and am surprised how the rubber is cracking on bushings already
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isnt it recommended that you run a different link if your lifted more than 2 inches and use those brackets. I can say I did NOT when I did a ss lift with those brackets....i only lifted 2 inches.... but....just saying/asking
I don't think anyone knows, or very few people. Once all my parts arrive and I have time to install it all I'll post some photos
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isnt it recommended that you run a different link if your lifted more than 2 inches and use those brackets. I can say I did NOT when I did a ss lift with those brackets....i only lifted 2 inches.... but....just saying/asking
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From their website:
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"We have ONLY tested this part with the front coils from an FJ80 Land Cruiser. I have no clue if it will work with other coils. We have not tried it with anything else."

I interpret that to mean that you need about 3-4 inches of lift in the rear and stock links for the geometry to be good.
The brackets and stock rear links are designed around a 3-4 inch lift in the rear.
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that is cheap.....how long have you been running them....like hold up and life

I put some NAPA ones on last fall, and am surprised how the rubber is cracking on bushings already
Been there about a year, holding up just fine, other than some light rust you see at the top of the threaded portion. Nothing that some paint won't fix.
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