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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-18-2002, 04:31 AM
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Q: Anti sway bar mount for lifted zuks

Is there a vendor that makes an adjustable/lengthened Anti sway bar mount? I want to keep my front sway bar on after I complete my SPOA. Tried the search, but it didn't turn up anything. [img]images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img]

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 11-18-2002, 04:54 AM
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Re: Q: Anti sway bar mount for lifted zuks

Yup. I bought a pair from Calmini, then sold them after I realized I didn't need the anti-sway bar either on-road or off. HTH
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Re: Q: Anti sway bar mount for lifted zuks

Hmmm, I checked Calmini's site and it wasn't listed. Maybe I'll give them a call and see if they still sell em.

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Re: Q: Anti sway bar mount for lifted zuks

you shouldnt need a ajustable mount if you stop and think about it the sway bar will mount to the spring backing plate on top of the springs all you need is some 7/16 allthread couplers and some 7/16 bolts here is a pix that shows where it mounts on mine along with the disconect the disconect is 2 disks and 2 tabs bolted together ( it is a little more complicated than that) but you can get the idea
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Re: Q: Anti sway bar mount for lifted zuks

Yeah man, you gotta call 'em. They're part of a kit, but you can buy them separately (I did). They're the cad-plated T-shaped things in the upper left part of this pic. They come with blue poly bushings. HTH

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Re: Q: Anti sway bar mount for lifted zuks

the reason they are in the calmini kit is that is a spua spring lift kit if you didnt use them and still mounted to the factory location your bar would be at like a 45 degree angle on a spoa it is allmost level when mounted to the backing plate
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Re: Q: Anti sway bar mount for lifted zuks

Thanks Tony. So I just need to weld a couple of threaded bolts on, good. Should just be able to remove the ones from the factory U bolt plates, if not I'll get some new ones. I really want to keep the bar. Later on I'll make it quick-disconnect.

Thanks all for your input.
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Re: Q: Anti sway bar mount for lifted zuks

i think that if u reuse your old plates the mounts will be on the back for the sway bar unless you swap the plates side to side then you have to cut the u bolt holes out some because one side uses different size u bolts
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Re: Q: Anti sway bar mount for lifted zuks

I didn't intend to use the old plates, I already have new ones, just thought that I would reuse the "bolts" that are on the factory ones. But thanks for the heads-up.
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