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Sway bar links and bushings

Just put in a 2"bb on the 03 limited over the weekend. Noticed I should probably replace the sway bar links and bushings. Is it recommended to run extended links on just a 2" lift? I'm thinking about just buying those prothane bushing kits and rebuilding stock links. What would you guys recommend?

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