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post #1 of 5 Old 10-26-2009, 07:03 AM Thread Starter
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Let's see your custom fabbed axle end anti-sway bar link mounts.

I grossly over estimated the strenght of the angle iron I used to make the brackets to attach the sway bar links to the axle. The first time I got off camber they twisted like pretzels. It looked like some type of failed origami experiment. I have some ideas of how to make the new ones, but would like to see what some others have done. My passenger (my left( side is pretty cluttered up with bracketry right next to the diff. I obvioslu have to bring them all the way down to the tubes, because the driver's side actually bent the spring perch where I had attached them. just thought it would be a good idea to see some other ideas before I start getting into the fab. The passenger side will also most likely be used to mount the steering stabilizer. I had used 1 1/2"x 1 1/2"x 1/8" angle. they were 6" tall (off of the spring perches) to clear the steering. I'll see if I can find some pictures...



EDIT: Yeah, I see that I typod the title and left the "r" off, but I don't know how to fix that...


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Bump for lunch time crowd...

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Are you sure that thing is safe? It doesn't look like anything...

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Mine seems to have held up fine....

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Are you sure that thing is safe? It doesn't look like anything...
That's the point, they didn't hold up at all and bent like pretzels. I have made a new one on the passenger side out of 1/4" plate, still have to do the driver's side one...

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