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I've been thinking of a front sway bar and was researching installing it and see that you have to weld a bracket on the lower a arm? I installed new tubular a arms because one of my oem arms was messed up from a tow hook. How would I install front a arms with my set up? I also install front disc brakes.
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I just put one on from Hellwig. You drill the frame and a-arms for the brackets.

I think the tubular arms will already have the bracket welded on.
 

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My a arms I got from Muttin Hollow does not have tabs on them for sway bars. The threads I saw here I thought had the tab for the links welded on the oem arms.
So I just have to drill holes in my new shiny arms?:eek:
 

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Don, could you wipe that thing down? You're embarrassing the hobby! :wink:
 

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I recently installed a front (and rear) Hellwig sway bar. 1 1/4" up front and 1" out back. If you have aftermarket a-arms, you should have sway bar mounting tabs on them already.

Front install was really easy and made a HUGE difference. Rear was a bit of a pain, but well worth it.

You can buy the set front Danchuk for $400.
 
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