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  1. When all done

    Here is what I had left over when I was done. Kit should have included some additional washers instead of the nuts. Better directions pointing out where all the hardware should go would have been nice too.
  2. E brake bracket (post install)

    Here is the inboard view after original mounting hardware replaced with that supplied with swaybar.
  3. E brake cable bracket 2(Post Install)

    Here is the outboard view of swaybar link and E brake bracket. Kit was short on washers, so I had to supply my own between link and bracket.
  4. Right side mount

    Passenger side pivot bracket and bar installed. Installation requires removal of the shock mounts, and it's accomplished much more easily if the shock is removed from the mount first.
  5. Left side mount

    Drivers side pivot bracket and bar installed. Installation requires removal of the shock mounts, and it's accomplished much more easily if the shock is removed from the mount first.
  6. Remove this "Vee"

    This "Vee" and bolt that mounts e-brake cable hanger will be replaced with endlink upper mount bolt
  7. Close tollerence here

    Notice the nut is installed to the outboard side of frame to provide maximum clearance.
  8. End link assembly

    Not liked by many who have purchased this kit, the 2 piece end links actually work just fine. Note the offsets reversed so links line up straight when assembled. Spread the bolts max distance apart. I lightly greased all bushings during assembly.
  9. U bolt comparison

    Stock and Replacement shock mount U-bolts. Note the difference in diameter and length for addition of sway bar pivot mount.
  10. What you get

    Contents of hellwig rear swaybar kit #7643. Unusual mixture of self locking and regular nuts. Is it a QC problem or do some locations require them? Instructions (not pictured) don't actually indicate the later, but they are pretty vague too.
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