AFAIK, swayaway were stiffer than stock. Wierd. Probably just not indexed right... How much space between your a-arms and bumpstops? If not cranked up, you should have lots of space in between, and hence lots of adjusting room. If the anchors on the adjusting end are all the way into the cross member, then whoever installed them probably didn't index them properly. Paint a mark on the t-bar and a corresponding mark on the control arm side, and then r&r them, turning them in the splines a bit, so you can get more crank out of them. Though I'll bet you already know how to do this, yes? Sorry... Don't mean to patronize...
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