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    Quote Originally Posted by HighwayTrout View Post
    Was only a block away from a dealer so I stopped in to see if they had one.
    245 bucks later...
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    Getting sick of chasing these little bumps, squeaks and rattles. One part at a time.
    Damn dude, if you’re gonna drop that much money on a track bar why not get a Synergy?


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    Quote Originally Posted by HighwayTrout View Post
    Was only a block away from a dealer so I stopped in to see if they had one.
    245 bucks later...
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    Getting sick of chasing these little bumps, squeaks and rattles. One part at a time.
    You're on the wrong side of the country from me, I have one up on Craigslist (for next to nothing) that I'd just give you, if you were closer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exodus Jeeps View Post
    Damn dude, if you’re gonna drop that much money on a track bar why not get a Synergy?


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    Next time for sure. Buying connivence is all it was. Not the first time and probably won’t be the last that I get boned from a dealership.

    Quote Originally Posted by '18 WIllysW View Post
    You're on the wrong side of the country from me, I have one up on Craigslist (for next to nothing) that I'd just give you, if you were closer.

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    Thanks. Hopefully someone local to you can use it.
    en hopup veritas

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    Slowly making progress with the install. Another noob question - what do you folks do with the xmas tree clips that hold the ABS harness in the rear? On each side there are two that attach to the frame and two that attach to the control arm bracket. I had to pop a few of them off to drop the axle low enough to get the springs in, and now I am inclined to leave one of the frame ones off so that there is still more slack now that the the springs and new shocks are in.Jeep_ABS_Harness.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by donracer View Post
    Slowly making progress with the install. Another noob question - what do you folks do with the xmas tree clips that hold the ABS harness in the rear? On each side there are two that attach to the frame and two that attach to the control arm bracket. I had to pop a few of them off to drop the axle low enough to get the springs in, and now I am inclined to leave one of the frame ones off so that there is still more slack now that the the springs and new shocks are in.Jeep_ABS_Harness.jpg
    I left mine off and ended up pinching the wire on something. Caused all kinds of ABS problems. But, maybe that was just my bad luck.

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    Here’s a friendly reminder to keep your Johnny joints greased properly... I’ve had a suspension noise that sounded like crap going over speed bumps. Thought it was the shocks as they’re getting pretty old. I’m pretty sure I found the culprit though. Fortunately I’m pulling the front lowers to rebuild them now and start fresh. Here’s a vid with what it sounds like. Both lowers sound like this, not just the one I blew out.

    https://youtu.be/rVVMTLoY06A


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    Just joined the Enforcer Club!
    3’ with drag flip, Rancho 9k’s and Saltas on 35’ Toyo’s. Added a 1350 and C gussets up front. Couldn’t be more happy with the ride. Reading all of your comments for the last couple of months paid off huge dividends.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FourEyedFox View Post
    Just joined the Enforcer Club!
    3’ with drag flip, Rancho 9k’s and Saltas on 35’ Toyo’s. Added a 1350 and C gussets up front. Couldn’t be more happy with the ride. Reading all of your comments for the last couple of months paid off huge dividends.
    Nice! Congrats!


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    Quote Originally Posted by FourEyedFox View Post
    Just joined the Enforcer Club!
    3’ with drag flip, Rancho 9k’s and Saltas on 35’ Toyo’s. Added a 1350 and C gussets up front. Couldn’t be more happy with the ride. Reading all of your comments for the last couple of months paid off huge dividends.
    Looks good man!

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    Self-tapping bolts for bump stops

    Any tips on getting the self-tapping bolts going? I drilled a 5/16 hole, but have been having a hard time getting the bolt in. I am tempted to try to enlarge to 11/32 (but didn't have a bit of that size yesterday). Or should I consider getting a 3/8 tap and tapping the hole with the tap rather than the self-tapping bolt?

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