I was stripping parts off my undercarriage to take care of some rust and POR-15 the underside and one of these parts was the Addco rear swaybar, which rust has completely eaten off the paint.
As Murphy would have it, 3 of the 4 bolts came out without any problem, but the top bolt on the driver side bracket decided it had enough and sheared off not 3 twists in to removing it. For anyone not familiar with this part, I can't use a bolt extractor because there is not enough room due to the fuel tank being right there.
Open to any suggestions. Right now the jeep is still jacked up with the rear wheels off while I figure this out. I don't have an air chisel, but have been debating on that route to get one and just knock the welded nut off the frame. Not sure if that would be easier, or harder than just dropping the fuel tank to use a bolt extractor.