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Old 11-05-2012, 04:07 PM
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My truck has a clunk noise. and it had it before the lift, but not nearly as bad. Im going to replace the sway bar bushings i guess, but my Icon trackbar has the polybushing also. and i feel a lot of vibration when i hang on to it and it clunks. Anyway can I also replace the trackbar ball joint and just do away with it and then do a heim on the other end.
Wheres the best place to get these parts?
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Old 11-06-2012, 05:36 PM
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Anybody got a good place to buy these things
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Old 11-06-2012, 06:09 PM
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ballistic fabrication, or poly performance.
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I beleive ICON has a replacement part for the factory track bar ball joint...
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Yah they do. I was going to maybe do that. I would also like to try and do away with that track bar ball joint. Has anyone done this. ive been trying to find something. i came across a threads once, but i cant find it
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Is the track bar mount tight? My track bar was tight but the drop bracket was loose and it made a hell of a clunk.

Set the e brake, crank the wheels lock to lock and have someone watch the frontend from under the truck. That's how we found mine.

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Is the track bar mount tight? My track bar was tight but the drop bracket was loose and it made a hell of a clunk.

Set the e brake, crank the wheels lock to lock and have someone watch the frontend from under the truck. That's how we found mine.

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Try this before you buy anything...
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I have a PMF solid mount trackbar replaces upper and lower with heim joints and its beefy. Ready lift suspensions has a solid mount trackbar also but PMF's trackbar is a whole lot beefier and cheaper.
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