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Old 11-08-2012, 07:21 PM   #1
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Front sway bar bracket

Does anyone know where I can get a front sway bar bracket?
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Are you referring to the relocation brackets?
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O wait you said sway bay... Are you referring to the linkages?
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The bent bracket that should be holding the bushing, aka the red rubber piece. In case I'm mistaken
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Do you have any zoomed out shots?
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I could be wrong.... But looks like you have bigger problems than the bracket. What bent it, why are the bolt points squeezed tighter and how fast did you hit and how freakin big was that speed bump
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I could be wrong.... But looks like you have bigger problems than the bracket. What bent it, why are the bolt points squeezed tighter and how fast did you hit and how freakin big was that speed bump
Curb, 20mph, it was rainy on slick tires. Everything else has been fixed but I can't find this part anywhere
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Have you tried getting a parts guy at dealer to look them for you? Found these on a google search, http://www.cjponyparts.com/product.a...FQmCQgodtSQAsA
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I could be wrong.... But looks like you have bigger problems than the bracket. What bent it, why are the bolt points squeezed tighter and how fast did you hit and how freakin big was that speed bump
That was my first thought. Looks like the top bolt got ripped out of the part it was mounted to--that's the part I'd worry about. You said that got fixed? Seems like the swaybar bushing bracket is intact, just bent. Can you get it off the lower mount & just bend it back? But again, I'd be more worried about the upper bolt hole on the chassis side.
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Have you tried getting a parts guy at dealer to look them for you? Found these on a google search, http://www.cjponyparts.com/product.a...FQmCQgodtSQAsA
Didn't think these would fit, the bolt was yanked but not stripped. Figured I could put the washer thing back in and tighten back down. That bracket is some thick strong graded steel, couldn't bend it

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