At rest, with the car on level ground, you want the swaybar to be unloaded (meaning no twist in it). This occurs when the end links are exactly the same length. Depending on the bushings you use, you could tighten one side to be shorter than the other side. This will preload the swaybar and give you different performance depending on whether you are turning left or right.
To avoid this, I simply torqued the end links and then counted the treads that were exposed and made sure that both sides are the same.
Does that make sense? A suspension expert could explain it better! [img]smile.gif[/img]