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Old 07-16-2011, 10:54 PM
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For the rear ebrake I cut the bracket and re welded it for clearance.



On the CO mounts I set the ride height, clamped the upper mount into position perpendicular to the control arm and put the lower mount out as far as possible on the axle.




The rear sway bar………there are no directions other than a drawing for this in the kit. However it is fairly simple. We notched out the tub above the frame so the tube would sit as high and as far forward against the body as possible. It sits directly above the e-brake bracket. We welded the tabs to the inside of the frame, then slid the tube through, centered it and welded it in place, put the torsion bar and bushings in, bolt the arms on and it’s a perfect fit. I did trim a minor amount off of the ends of the arms and the CO bucket for clearance.

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