SWL of 5.75 T per point, MUST be used with an Equalizer / Bridle strap during recovery. Designed for light duty snatching only.
Australian Made with 6061 Grade Aluminium
Easy DIY Install in under an hour
Mounts to existing chassis holes, replacing the factory swaybar mounts
Will work on vehicles with and without bullbars without modification, however MY17 Amaroks with the revised front bash plate will require trimming or an aftermarket front plate.
MUST be used with an Equalizer / Bridle strap during recovery. Designed for light duty snatching only.
With vehicle on hoist, or safely on stands, or in a position where it's high enough to get your dad-bod underneath it safely, undo 4x M14 multi-spline bolts that secure swaybar to chassis.
With the swaybar moved up and out of the way, thread factory multi-splines partially back into captive nuts behind bracket, then squint a little and imagine you just caught those bolts in bed with your wife (or husband, we ain't judging) and deliver a sharp blow with a hammer directly to the bolt-head. In a perfect world, you'll get away with this without a drama and the captive nut will come free, the judge takes your side, and you don't see the inside of a prison cell. Undo the nuts from the bolts and discard both, much like your career-dreams when you were in high school, they're useless to you now.
Slide the gold YBOB backing plate into the backside of the factory mounting bracket, taking care to align depression on plate with the contour of the original swaybar mounting face, and try not to stick your tongue out so you minimise how dumb you look while you hold it in place with your third hand. Hang tough legend, you're nearly done.
Finger-tighten your new YBOB recovery points in place using the supplied 10mm Allen-head bolts. You may have been out of the game for a minute, politics is depressing, work sucks and the inexorable entropy of aging continues unabated, but some things never change, like righty-tighty, lefty loosey. Just a reminder.
With all four bolts in place, time to send them home, Happy. The factory torque specs got smudged with my tears, but it looks pretty close to saying "FT", so let's go with that eh? If you're unaware what that means, ask the old guy in your local workshop with the nicotine-stained fingers and drinking problem (aka the mechanic). He'll tell (yell at) you.
DISCLAIMER: Now you got your YBOBs installed and are feeling more invincible than an MMA fighter in a kindergarten, let's not get too ahead of ourselves and forget the basics, ok Turbo? Always use your equaliser strap between the recovery points unless you want to make your chassis rails look like a baby giraffe's legs as they're learning to walk; and keep in mind that metal shackles are a poor man's .50cal BMG to the dome if things go pear-shaped, so keep everyone who ain't involved in the recovery well away, like way over there. I said over there! We also highly recommend soft shackles for use with the YBOBs, especially if it has the splash guard, not jail-bar bash-plate. SIDE NOTE: If extra clearance is required on splash guard, feel free to get all "Stop, Hammer Time" on it. It'll make you feel better.
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