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Hey all, need to get some parts for my XJ, and unsure on which will fit... Now I need to do front axle unis as theyre binding, what size will they be on my 95' (build late94) non abs, airbag car?

And a LHD track bar wont work with my RHD car will it?

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would I be correct in saying I have the 1 1/16 size 260x u joints?

ie these?
https://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo...sn=476&jsn=476
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looks good to me.

94 did not have a airbag.
the dana brand is only a couple of bucks more .........
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looks good to me.

94 did not have a airbag.
the dana brand is only a couple of bucks more .........
good luck with it.
Thanks mate, I'll go the expensive ones too. Are the LHD track bars different from RHD?
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Are the LHD track bars different from RHD?[/QUOTE]

Yes they are mate, have to allow for the diff pumpkin.
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Are the LHD track bars different from RHD?
Yes they are mate, have to allow for the diff pumpkin.[/QUOTE]

Thanks! If I were to buy the bushings would that work instead?
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Thanks! If I were to buy the bushings would that work instead?[/QUOTE]

The rubber bush on the end that attaches to the diff will press out & new one in. The joint on chassis end did not appear to be easy to replace on the original factory bar on mine, the bar on it now it would be replaceable as a circlip is on the top to hold it in. I think most people just replace them with an adjustable bar of which there are many available in the aftermarket for reasonable prices.
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Thanks! If I were to buy the bushings would that work instead?
The rubber bush on the end that attaches to the diff will press out & new one in. The joint on chassis end did not appear to be easy to replace on the original factory bar on mine, the bar on it now it would be replaceable as a circlip is on the top to hold it in. I think most people just replace them with an adjustable bar of which there are many available in the aftermarket for reasonable prices.[/QUOTE]

Thanks mate. Appreciate it. I would like to go stock but seems there is no balljoints made to fit the trackbar aftermarket, so seems a new replacement is necessary! Cheers.

Anyone got recommendations on a steering stabilizer? I was gonna grab this one...
https://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo...0268&jsn=12436
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