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Unread 06-25-2013, 08:27 AM   #1
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Steering damper mounting clamp

Anybody have any idea where I can find one of these? I'm sure it's just a question of googling the right term, and I'm not having any luck.



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Unread 06-25-2013, 08:30 AM   #2
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i used a couple from a ZJ at the junk yard when I relocated my SS
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I used spares off my old steering parts. The worst part is opening them up enough to slip them on then clamping them closed again if you go at it without taking things apart...
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I used spares off my old steering parts. The worst part is opening them up enough to slip them on then clamping them closed again if you go at it without taking things apart...
yep, i just used two open ended wrenches and pryed them apart
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Map gas and some slip-joint pliers. Oh... And a hammer.

On subject, OP, you may want to go poke around a junk yard. Another option is Iron Rock Offroad sells a kit for a dual steering stabilizer that would have the parts you want. While you don't need a dual setup, you could always use the new SS. A third option would be to call IRO and see if they'll ship you just the hardware...
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