That’s a good point I think I will add anti seize I already have half a can on everything else.I’d run it the other way so that slope is away from the threads, they do seize up over time with water intrusion. It doesn’t otherwise matter at all.
I just readjusted mine (and added anti seize to the the threads). I had some of the very first Dobinson’s Flexi 4” coils and had sag on the PS rear. I had bought another set that I had sitting around for awhile (problem appears fixed, the coils are physically different) and installed those when I did my 38’s.
I picked back up an inch and readjusted the panhard. If you use OEM, you either leave it offset as you adjust lift or you have to keep messing with the axle bracket.
The bar I used to have on there was an old Man-a-Fre I think that had a collar with a jam nut on each end so you didn’t have to pull a mount bolt to adjust it. That’s the best solution, but it had seized and the uniball joint on one end was old, so I just replaced it.
I still have the uniball style on my front, but that gets a constant lubrication from front oil leaks and is still perfect. Absolutely no reason to fix that kind of free parts lubrication.