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It looked like a straight forward install. I had heard about the bronco 2 sway bars. Got them on my list! Any particular year Bronco 2? Will I need to fab brackets or just grab everything connected to the bars?
No year. Get everything. Look at Mid Fifty for front axle mounting. Turn front rod to frame around to clear bolt to spring and make a new spacer out of tubing. You will have to make front frame brackets with an offset in them. Rear brackets are easy at frame and also use orginal rod to frame. If I knew how to download pics I would. It is easy enough to figure out. Make sure and get the rear axle mounts also.
Cool! Thanks for the tip! I love putting these things together with bone yard parts! I enjoy the figuring it all out. Any idiot can go buy parts from some custom shop or have a truck built for them. But there's something fun about walking through a bone yard and finding some cool part and figuring out how to make it work!
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