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Old 12-29-2011, 10:21 PM   #1
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Help me identify this frame bracket

I disassembled my '89 YJ about 5 months ago, and I can't remember what bolted up to this bracket. It's located on the front passenger side of the frame.

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Old 12-30-2011, 12:17 AM   #2
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I believe that is for the stabilizer bar. A u-shaped clamp bolts on from underneath to hold the bar in place.

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I believe that is for the stabilizer bar. A u-shaped clamp bolts on from underneath to hold the bar in place.
Thanks. Do you mean its for the sway bar?

I forgot to mention that this bracket is located in the engine compartment area.
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Thanks. Do you mean its for the sway bar?

I forgot to mention that this bracket is located in the engine compartment area.
Yeah, I think it is two names for the same thing, my greasy Haynes manual calls it a stabilizer bar. Good luck and have fun with that thing
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Yeah, it's the passenger side mount for the sway bar. Torch/grind it off if it's bothering you.
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