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Old 07-12-2008, 05:00 PM   #1
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Hi All,
Sorry I'm double-posting or double-threading! I posted a similar question in "Jacks, Stabilizers, Lifting and Leveling" - Sorry.

This is a pic of my bracket for a weight distribution / sway bar set-up. My 18'er didn't come with any stabilizer bar set-up so I'm starting to shop for something that with fit. I'm wondering if as long as the bars ar the exact length I should be able to hook a link of the chain into my bracket and make it work. Otherwise I can grind off the brackets and replace with new? - (Never dealt with stabilizer/sway stuff before)

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Old 07-12-2008, 05:06 PM   #2
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Mine are 29" from the center of the ball to the center of the chain bracket on a Reese set-up. If yours is close to this it ought work.
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Hi All,
Sorry I'm double-posting or double-threading! I posted a similar question in "Jacks, Stabilizers, Lifting and Leveling" - Sorry.

This is a pic of my bracket for a weight distribution / sway bar set-up. My 18'er didn't come with any stabilizer bar set-up so I'm starting to shop for something that with fit. I'm wondering if as long as the bars ar the exact length I should be able to hook a link of the chain into my bracket and make it work. Otherwise I can grind off the brackets and replace with new? - (Never dealt with stabilizer/sway stuff before)

Thanks for viewing!
Jeph
Looks like a good sturdy bracket, if the measurements are close to the length of the WD bars it should work fine. I have a Reese from our "63" Safari, Take a measurement, I'll see if it will work for you.

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