Here is the template, I have no idea if this works. PM me if you can't get it to work.
TRY THIS LINK FOR THE TEMPLATE - 9/17/12
This is a mount that a friend of mine and I came up with. This is not measured off of anyone elses, or anything like that. This is completely home brewed.
You will need to have some sort of bump stop installed otherwise your SS will hit the frame on full compression. Not that I've done that or anything
(1) 3/16" steel plate, 7"long 3.25" high to start with (3" wide will work and is available at local stores)
(2) Grade 8 3/8"-16 bolts, mine are 1" long because thats what I found locally. Can be cut after for aesthetics. Use a lock washer and nut.
(1) 1/2"-18 bolt, 3" underhead length, two nuts, four washers. THIS BOLT MUST FIT THROUGH YOUR CURRENT STABILIZER OR ADJUST THE BOLT/HOLE SIZE ACCORDINGLY!
Drill - 1/2" chuck
1/2" bit (or whatever size you find works for your stabilizer, can vary)
cutting wheel/ or some method to cut steel
grinder (not "necessary", but will help it look a lot better rounding the edges)
Alright I have attempted to attach a .pdf file of the drawing. This can be printed at 100% scale and used as a straight template. Centerline of the holes are dead on to what I have used. So hopefully that works for you.
Cut the initial shape (green lines) and that will be your starting piece. Locate the holes as shown in the dimensions of the drawing, (use a micrometer to find the centerpoint, or line up the template!). Drill your holes, use cutting oil, go slow!
From here it's up to you on rounding the edges, or trying to clean up the steel some, but that is basically it.
Remove the track bar bolt, 22mm? can't recall off the top of my head. This WILL NEED TO BE TORQUED TO 125FT/LB UPON REINSTALLATION. The two 3/8" bolts go in holes that are already there in the factory track bar mount. The 1/2" bolt I go through the stabilizer first, then through the bracket, using the two nuts to pinch it to the bracket. Since fully threaded 1/2" bolts aren't very common, thats what works.
You will need to flip the stock SS mount on the tie rod around. Loosen the U-bolts and rotate it around, you will also need to adjust where you clamp it on the tie rod. With the mount loosened turn the wheels completely to the right. (have a friend hold it to make up for the extra little bit you will get). Leave about 3/8" (minimum) of the shaft visible on the stabilizer, retighten the clamps.
Hope it works for you! If not, I will always have thought it would