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Unread 06-24-2013, 08:41 PM   #1
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Track bar bolt uprade size question

I have searched....... and have come up with some different sizes and types.

I am installing a JKS adj. Track bar with KOR bushings to my 2004 WJ.

What size upgraded bolts do I need? Washers too?

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Unread 06-24-2013, 08:42 PM   #2
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Body side or axle side?

The axle side is M12x1.75, with a solid, non-threaded shaft.

The body side will depend on the nut, and how wallowed out the hole is.
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Body side or axle side?

The axle side is M12x1.75, with a solid, non-threaded shaft.

The body side will depend on the nut, and how wallowed out the hole is.
Thanks,
axle side....check
body side....?
If the nut is good...?
Mopar replacement size? or drill out nut for ? size replacement bolt.
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Measure the hole in the metal sleeve of the KOR bushings. You'd have to drill that out too if you got a bigger bolt.
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