Nice job. :biggrin:
It sounds like someone put it in backwards, and stripped it.Just did mine and it was fairly challenging as fas as getting the bolts off. I soaked them in PB blaster, let them sit for a day, soaked again, sit, repeat for a week. Finally after using the back of my tire for leverage with my legs the bolts broke loose. The passenger side bracket came off easily as it was exactly the same in the write up.
The driver side however was opposite in that the bracket was upside down from the picture.
So the little hook part that was on the bottom is now on top. I sat there for literally 2 minutes loosening the bolt but oddly enough it wasn't coming out. It turns, but doesn't even come out a smidgen. I tried pulling the bracket whilst loosening in hopes it would catch on a thread but no luck. Anyone have any ideas? The nut on the back is welded on so its not that but it just literally isn't coming out and I've never run into this before.
I had to do the same thing with the left side bolt that connects the link to the frame. I had a sawzall thankfully and was able to cut it off. I'd say the quickest solution would be to just cut it right off.So I went to remove my rear sway bar today; the bolt that connects the backed off some then just keep spinning. At this point is the only option I have is to cut it off? I only have a hack saw to cut it with or I can grind it down with a high cycle grinder.