Re: 2006 Quigley track bar
The track bar should be available at any parts store, just give quigley your vin and they will tell you what axle is up front. Since you've already ordered it from them, its just a matter of install, that quote seems very high. You may be confusing the track bar with the torque arms, those you either have to order from quigley or like many of us, including me, bypassed quigley altogether and went with CCV's (Colorado Camper Van) adjustable torque arms, that way you can move the axle forward a bit for more clearance. Quigley updated the design of the torque arms years ago from the "C" channel to round bars, thats the upgrade you are referring to. Boulder off road also makes sets that are longer fixed lengths with the same result. I had them set me up with a larger sway bar with end links and sway bar mount and a new mounting bracket for the track bar for clearance on the pumpkin, ride is greatly improved from the original smaller diameter sway bar and worn out bushings, many have had success with just replacing the worn out bushings and retaining the original sway bar, there is a thread on the subject floating around here recently.
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