Good shape, you will probably want to get new swaybar bushings where you attach the pin, one was rusty and the pin is tough to get back in. Or you can ream out the metal bushing a little bit and it would probably work fine. I drilled and tapped a grease zerk in the front swaybar bushings. I also made two drop bracket/spacers to go between the frame and front swaybar mounts, because I had a 6" lift. They probably aren't necessary for a 4" lift but they didn't take that long to make so I just whipped them up right quick. Forgot to take a pic but it comes with the swaybar holder when disconnected, which attaches to the passenger side bump stop. How about $50, includes shipping.