Looks good! I thought there was a washer between the ss and the bracket?
I think there should be as well. I had to go out and buy a longer bolt for mine.
The other thing you might want to do is turn that clamp towards the rear a little which will keep the stabilizer in line with the other suspension components. I was told that they don't work as well when they are at that that angle.
Found out that my passenger side axle bushing had actually popped out. I noticed some movement in it when I moved the control arm by hand, so I decided to pull the arm off and as soon as I did, the bushing just fell out of the bracket
The bushing still looked good, but I noticed the bracket was a little boogered up, so I did my best to straighten/flatten it out and was able to get the bushing back in by using a c-clamp, a small piece of fence post and a small piece of wood. The bracket didn't collapse while I was pressing it back in, but I'm not sure the hole is wallowed out. I checked the bushing again after running errands all day and it looks like it stayed in place.
I suppose that if it starts popping out again I can tack weld it in place. If that doesn't work, does anybody make replacement brackets?
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I put powerbass component tweaters to replace the dash, and rear doors, and memphis reference in the front doors powered through a powerbass 4ch amp, and for bass put in a complimentary powerbass amp. Sounds infinitely better without costing too much at all.
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