Re: Tie Rods vs Sway Bar
I've run into this before.
The caster needs to be set correctly...too negative...get an alignment.
Actually Bill, more negative caster tips the spindle past vertical and more towards the front of the car, which would lower the steering arm & tie rod and provide more tie rod to sway bar clearance. However negative caster is not what you want for driveability!
The more positive caster you run, the further the spindle is tipped back which raises the steering arm & tie rod.
Looks to me like slightly longer end links are the fix... although the angular relationship between the end link & the lower control arm right now looks a bit excessive.
Old setup: Procharged/intercooled/EFI 353 SBC, TKO, ATS/SPC/Global West suspension, C6 brakes & hydroboost.
In progress: TT LS2, T56 Magnum, watts link, Wilwood Aero6/4 brakes, vaporworx, floater 9" rear, etc.