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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-23-2001, 11:27 AM
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Stabilizer Baar

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After replacing a steering box and driver side arm bushing, I still get a popping noise up front - down below when I turn and even when not turning - usually in the process of taking off and coming to a stop or just turning into a driveway.

I took a light to look and my stabilizer arm bushings - where it connects to the frame are shot. Is this a big job?

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Re: Stabilizer Baar

I don't have a stabalizer bar anymore, but when I took it off it was the easiest part to deal with out of the whole front end. Should be simple. The nuts and bolts on the frame and by the bushing is the only ones you have to deal with.


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Re: Stabilizer Baar

Mine used to pop because the dumb @$$ before me pulled himself out with it, and bent it slightly, somehow me and my father got it straight again, don't know how but it was a PITA.

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Re: Stabilizer Baar

If their still attached in 95 the same manner as my 86,(two *U* brackets on the frame), NO its not a big deal. I bought polyurethane bushings from JCWhitney for around $10.00 a kit. Just unbolt the brackets and the bushing is slit so you can slide it right off, no need to disconnect the end-links...

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