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Old 04-08-2008, 11:47 PM
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New member.... Need help.

First time posting on this forum. I have an '89 Wrangler YJ. Several years ago, my brother removed my front stabilizer bar so I had better articulation when off-roading. Up until recently, I have used my Jeep just for going off-road and used it very little for highway riding. I want to use start using it more on the highway and would like to put the stabilizer bar back on, but for some reason I cannot figure where it attaches. I believe I'm missing some parts. Does anyone know where I can get clear, detailed photos of the stabilizer bar and where it connects on the frame? If you have something like this that can help me, you can e-mail them to [email protected]. Thank you in advance.

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Old 04-09-2008, 03:17 AM   #2
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Are you talking about the track bars? Are you having some problem with the way it handles on the highway? I took my front and rear off quite a while ago and never missed them. There's no going back for me, I threw them away.

Haynes or one of those type manuals will have pics, they aren't the greatest quality but you can get a general idea where things go.

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Old 04-09-2008, 08:04 AM   #3
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i wouldn't worry about it, you'll get used to the body roll, but if you want it back, a manual should help, or if you put the bar where it goes, where the links are you should see there's two spots on the frame where there's two holes on each side, a u shaped bracket holds it in w/ rubber bushings in both spots. this is if we're talking stabilizer bar, also called anti-sway bar. track bar is a bigger bar just from one side of frame, to other side of axle, stabilizer goes from one side of axle, to the frame, back down to the other side of axle
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