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Unread 06-19-2015, 10:50 AM   #1
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Stabilizer bar links bushings

Can anyone tell me how I install the rubber bushings in the rear stabilizer bar links in a 1999 TJ? They are the one piece design with barbed ends so don't want to squeeze into the link hole. They are the poly type if that makes a difference.
Am I suppose to use a c clamp or bench vice to force them in? Help is appreciated. Thanks.

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Unread 06-19-2015, 10:59 AM   #2
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Sway bar end links or track bar bushings? For sway bar end link bushings just spray with Armor All and smack into place with a hammer and piece of wood (for stability).
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Sway bar end links or track bar bushings? For sway bar end link bushings just spray with Armor All and smack into place with a hammer and piece of wood (for stability).
Watch out for your fingers. Those things are slippery.
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Watch out for your fingers. Those things are slippery.
My gator pic is me minus my fingers.
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Unread 06-19-2015, 11:46 AM   #5
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OK. I'll try that. Didn't know if there was a specific way, and people like " why didn't you do it this way like you're suppose too!". Lol. And I'm very good and hitting my hands n fingers. Bad aim with a hammer!!!
Thanks for the replies guys.
(On it was the links I was talking about)
The actual stabilizer bar..... I snapped off a bolt.... Tried a punch to start a drill and got it off center. Stopped right there for now cuz of past experience. (Snapped off an easy out on a motorcycle)
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