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    Posted: 10-December-2016 at 7:08PM
So I found a 78 ranchero at the junk yard and it still had the rear sway bar so I snatched it up to install in my 72. Problem is I didn't take any pictures on how its mounted. It will install either way I flip it. Or does it even matter?? If anyone has a stock sway bar can yall take some quick rear and side pictures. I would greatly appreciate it.
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it goes with the dip down, all under the diff. i have other pics but i can't find them Confused hope this helps


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Good pic CJ!
 Hopefully the OP got ALL the brackets/grommets(especially the front end links), the chassis brackets for the end links seem to be a 50/50 mix of either being welded on or bolted on(may be a "year" thing). The brackets can be fabbed up easily if they weren't able to be removed(welded on), which is what I had to do.  
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That picture is perfect! just what I needed, thanks!  I did snatch up all the brackets as well, they were just bolted on. I rebuilt the all the worn bushings with polyurethane as well, should be a nice addition.  
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