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Section XXVIII. MAINTENANCE OF FRONT SUSPENSION ASSEMBLY
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WHEEL HUB/ROTOR REPLACEMENT.
TM 5-4210-224-14 & P
4-232. STABILIZER BAR REPLACEMENT.
This task covers:
a. Removal
b. Installation
Materials/Parts
Rubber Lubricant
INITIAL SETUP:
Stabilizer Bar (328132)
Tools
General Mechanics Tool Kit
General Safety Instructions
Hoist
Engine OFF
Transmission in (N) neutral.
Parking brake and micro-brakelock set.
REMOVAL
a. Raise the vehicle on a hoist.
b. Disconnect the stabilizer bar (4) from the frame
brackets by removing the nuts (5), washers (6),
brackets (7), and bolts (9).
c. Disconnect the stabilizer bar (4) from the spring
plate (1) by removing the bolts (3) and washers.
d. Remove the stabilizer bar.
e. Remove bushings (8) from the stabilizer bar.
INSTALLATION
a. Install bushings (8) onto the stabilizer bar.
NOTE
Use rubber lubricant (Appendix D,
Item  24)  when  installing  the
bushings (slit faces forward) onto
the stabilizer bar.
b. Connect the stabilizer bar (4) to the frame
brackets by installing the brackets (7), bolts (9),
washers (6), and nuts (5). Do not tighten.
c. Connect the stabilizer bar (4) to the spring plate
(1) by installing the washers (6) and bolts (3).
d. Torque the nuts (5) to 52 ft-lbs (70 N.m) and
bolts (9) to 133 ft-lbs (180 N.m).
e. Lower the vehicle to the ground.
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