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The relative angle between the bar and the rest of the suspension needs to be maintained in order for things to works as they should. Having the bar at the wrong angle could result in banging and clunking, and puts stresses on the brackets that could cause failure.
Also, if the car is lowered significantly, the outer end of the bars can hit things they are not supposed to hit when the suspension is compressed. So, you need to realign the bars to the proper relative position. My car is lowered 45mmR and 20mmF and the rear bars were tapping the floor on large bumps.
Last edited by arathol; 03-19-2017 at 04:27 PM.