That does not look like a track bar bushing to me?
Edit - yup, missed that it is a TJ.
08 JK 23S - Colorado Jeep Club No. 204
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Look in the vendor display forum for allot of great companies.
Two in particular that stand out are "Don't Fear the Jeeper" for both stock and after-market parts, and "Northridge 4x4" for after-market parts and lift kits.
This is very helpful. Just the other night I was driving on a crappy road in MA (like there are really any decent roads) and hit a pretty good size pothole and Jeep started shaking like I had a flat or something. Pulled over immediately and didnt see anything. Figuring this might be the issue?
MY new JK Has death wobble not disclosed by seller
I have checked some of the things in Planman's post. When it comes to "meaningful play" in the tie rod ends and drag link I have some play 1/16-1/8" of movement in all 4. Are they bad? As far as the track bar goes the bolts are extremely tight and there is no shiny metal or even scrapes in the paint on the brackets...should I still take the track bar off and inspect the holes? I bought the 2 Door JK yesterday and it happend at 70 mph on the way home. Guess the seller made their problem mine. I have to update my profile to the right jeep. Any help would be appreciated