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    Jeep TJ - help

    Ok...my jeep has developed the dreaded death wobble. I know why. I'm just not much of a car guy as far as doing my own work. Anyway, the top bushing on my driver side sway bar is basically gone. I want to replace it myself.
    Is this a difficult job? It doesn't look difficult, but again, I'm not an experienced mechanic type. Anything to watch out for?

    oh, yeah, I also have a new steering stabilizer on order. I plan to replace the current one too. Anyone ever done this?
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    I think you'll get better advice here: http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f9/
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    Sounds like a job for:

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    As I told Rube,buy the Haynes manual for the Jeep($20.).

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    get a bigger hammer.
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