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Poly Performance rear Track Bar Bracket

So I got my PP Rear Track Bar Bracket today.
The Instructions say I need to cut off parts of the stock bracket. Do I really need to do that? Looks like there's enough room w/o cutting anything...


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yes you do. There is no way for it to work without doing it.

BAsically, the plate with the hole for the trackbar that is farthest out from the axle needs to be cut off. The inside mounting plate for the trackbar stays to locate the bracket in the proper location

Not sure if that made any since..kinda hard to explain, lol
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yes you do. There is no way for it to work without doing it.

BAsically, the plate with the hole for the trackbar that is farthest out from the axle needs to be cut off. The inside mounting plate for the trackbar stays to locate the bracket in the proper location

Not sure if that made any since..kinda hard to explain, lol
It does. It actually makes more sense then the pics in the install instructions.

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yah, the instructions make much more since once you are actually down there looking at it. It is a nice bracket though!!
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it sure is. do you have any clearance issues with the shock? kinda looks like there might be...

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With the shock? No I didn't notice any issues, I don't remember really looking though
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No you have enough clearance....

Here is mine..


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cool, I hope there's no problem as my spending funds are going down the drain quickly!

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you need to move your damn EVAP canister Airric
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you need to move your damn EVAP canister Airric
No Schit! I was surprised it survived Chinaman... Maybe when we do the sensors we can do that as well..

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