REAR DSE install Okay here we will touch on the REAR portion of the DSE suspension install. First I would like to touch base on the info gathered on the REAR springs of the old set up and the new DSE set up. On our old set up we used the Hotchkis 1" drop springs in the car. Hotchkis 1" drop spring Height = 13.25" Tall DSE Rear 2" drop spring height = 12.25" Tall Rear Ride height comparisons: "Old" Rear ride height = 26.75" (with Hotchkis 1" drop springs) New DSE Rear ride height = 26-1/8" ( measured after the drive around) and in the same spot as measured before. Now we will move onto the Rear suspension install. Here is a picture of an Adjustable Rear Lower control arm installed and an Adjustable Upper control arm installed. These DSE rear control arms are exceptionally different over the rest of them out there today and the reason for that is DSE's patented "Swivel Link" tm System. These control arms actually swivel on one end allowing your 4-link rear end to articulate fully and keep all 4 tires planted on the ground. This was a speacial interest to me when I seen the demostration done on my own car. Once the whole rear suspension was complete one of the guys took his hands and placed them on one of the rear brake drums and moved the whole axle Up & Down with ease, Then he had me do it and look at the swivel links to see them move. AMAZING.. and Not one bit of bind at all!!! DSE told me that when people box-in the stock lowers that it actually takes "Flex" away that was actually designed to be there in order for this 4-link suspension to work. It worked out fine in a drag application but not when you want to keep all tires planted to the ground. DSE Rear sway bar install pictures: Here is a picture showing the "One" hole needed to be drilled to mount the bracket for the rear sway bar end links. Here is the end link bracket installed. This picture shows the rear sway bar axle mount bracket installed.. Here is a picture of the rear sway bar end links that also incorportate the pattented "Swivel Link"tm System. These end links are "Beefy" to say the least and they elliminate Bind! SW.