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Old 06-21-2012, 11:55 AM
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Check this out also, found these Rancho Shocks on sale for 20 bucks each at Summit Racing. Picked up two for the front end last night. The stockers were rusted out really bad. Couldnt pass up that price

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Here is a better pic of the truck leveled, I am really happy with how it looks. It sits even higher than I thought it would and that is awesome lol I just cant wait to drive it once I get that LAST STUPID bolt in lol

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DONE!!!!!!!!!

Finally got it finished. I got home from work and didnt feel like beating on it or damaging the bolt so I took it around the block. Pulled over on the side of the road and the bolt had slipped right into place. WOOHOO. tightened it all down right there on the road. Drove it around for awhile then parked it and tightened down the ubolts.


FINALLY done with it lol

Now I have to install my new shocks.
Mount and balance the 315/75/16s I bought for the truck
Paint oil pan with por15
Coolant flush and change with ELC and install new waterpump and 203 tstat
Replace powersteering pump (sooner rather than later)
Replace cab corners and rear rockers.
Pull the bed and do the hutch/harpoon mods and replace/fix sending unit
Install Riffraff RR
Install WW, Banks exhust housing, non ebp pedestal and banks power elbow
2005 front end conversion
install PHP 6 position tuner

Install Glowshift 3 pillar pod gauges. (boost, egt, fuel pressure)
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What did you do to finally get the track bar bracket nut out of the frame rail. I crawled under my truck lastnight and found I have a broken bolt on the track bar bracket. I'm in a bit of a time crunch so I was just going to by a new nut/bolt if that ends up being easier. What was the trick?
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What did you do to finally get the track bar bracket nut out of the frame rail. I crawled under my truck lastnight and found I have a broken bolt on the track bar bracket. I'm in a bit of a time crunch so I was just going to by a new nut/bolt if that ends up being easier. What was the trick?
I just replied to your PM. Hope it helps. Lemme know if you have any other questions. What bolt is broken on yours. Front or rear?
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I wanted to come back and post the part number for the track bar retainer bracket.
This is what fits inside of the frame rail and is what the track bar bolts into.

The part number is 2C3Z5C209-AA.

Reason being is that I am getting ready to lift another truck and was looking for the part number in case the bracket broke again on me lol
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