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Unread 07-13-2009, 09:47 AM   #1
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Size of rear track bar bolt? Axle side

Had to cut the old one off my spare 44a. What size bolt do I need to replace it with?

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I have a similar question but different part. Hoping if someone knows the size of that bolt they will know the size of the bolt for the lower mounting blot for the rear shock on a '00 WJ as well.

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The bolt is a t-55 Torx on the axle side and body.
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The bolt is a t-55 Torx on the axle side and body.
I know this, but I had to cut it off to get the old trackbar out. Is there a different grade 8 bolt I can replace it with?
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For the ZJ, the stock track bar bolts are actually 12mm metric 10.9 class. I drilled the hole and bushing out to 0.5" so I could use a more common bolt.
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