yes, pin to hold sway bar link up.. pull the pin on the link and then rotate it up onto the chrome pin and then reinsert the pin to hold it in place. I will guess tera flex lift, but could be way wrong.
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I agree with 4Jeepn, those stainless studs are for Teraflex's QDFT Quick Disconnect system for the front antiswaybar. When the antiswaybar is disconnected from the axle for offroading, it is lifted up and the lower part of the links are placed over the studs and held in place by a spring steel clip.
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Very beautiful vehicle, I am not for chrome either, as a matter a fact, I will be spray painting the grill, and the chrome around the headlights black (heat resistant, outdoor paint)
So this is what it looks like now:
Originally Posted by 30-284
Welcome to WF. Now go and do the right thing (and remove all of those chrome tube things so its not embarrassed.)
P.S. Nice jeep
2000 Wrangler, with tires,steering wheel, horn, gas tank, head lights