Originally Posted by 02dangerranger
i am thinking its shocks because they are stock size.
I don't think this is the problem..
so i think they could be getting stretched out from the lift and not able to work properly. i am not sure though im no suspension wizz.
What you MIGHT consider doing.. bending the ends of the sway-bar and going to longer pins/endlinks.
The endlinks can only go to certain lengths or take a certain amount of pressure before they snap. If the ends of the sway-bar are not parallel to the lower control arms, the pull on those endlinks won't be in the proper alignment of where the bar is designed to move to.
when one side is pushed up, the other side is also pushed up. The body weight is spread more onto one side then the other from the sway-bar ( Or at least in theory, its attempted ) to ' balance ' the front or rear end.
I would try to acquire longer grade 8 bolts and some smaller DOM to go over it. Make longer endlinks. ( if your speaking of the front ).