John, the side flush with the rest of the bar is what I was referring to, thanks. Also thanks for the tip regarding using a nylon washer between the sway bar and the control arms. I was going to use a lock washer with a nut and locktite. Your "airplane" nut or what I call a "nylock" nut without a lockwasher would be a better way to go you think? No, I do not have any photos at this time. I have all the parts in the garage waiting to do the install. Regarding the front, the mounting blocks and tie rods replace the end links that are typically used like on the stock set up. Anyone out there with any photos and or info on reaming out the holes would be appreciated. I'm also planning on putting on the heavy duty Bilstein shocks once I get the sway bars and control arms installed. Once the suspension mods are done I also have some T-84 headlights and Painless wiring kit that I also bought some years ago that need to get installed.