Thanks PhilD. Good pictures. Do you think it would be beneficial to weld it to the axle after the install? How much is it depending on the factory welds and mounts to hold? I'm not knocking the design, as this is the best I have seen yet.
You could weld it, and I thought about it, but think it will be fine without it. I forgot to take a pic of the u-bolt that wraps around the axle, will take one later. So it is held in three places, the factory track bar bracket, the factory sway bar link bracket, and by the u-bolt around the axle. I may just lay down a few beads here and there at some point.
I love the Fox Stabiler. Where'd you get it?
It isn't specifically designed for the JK, it's a Fox 980-99-099-A
and I used the factory mount on the tie rod, just turned it around and rotated it 90º. There is a hole on the upper left side of the Poly track bar bracket that you could use to mount it, but I wanted to keep it as parallel to the tie rod as I could, so drilled another hole in the bracket on the right and lower down.
The steering stab is pressurized, so does push the steering the to the left very slightly. This actually compensates for the camber of the road most of the time, so doesn't really bother me. If you want to spend the big bucks, I believe Fox offer a position sensitive stabilizer that won't push the steering either way.