Whoops I messed up my steering stabilizer

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blergh, as you can see I over cranked with a faulty torque wrench and won't be able to get that bolt out. I got my new steering stabilizer to replace it but realize I should have also just gotten a new bracket as well. This thing has been surprisingly hard to find especially if im looking for that exact replacement.

is this the same thing? Just a slightly different design? https://www.extremeterrain.com/crow...tefEsZzLxvpaerQZZ6MaAlhkEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds

appreciate the help on this.

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It looks like the U bolts were loose and it slid to the right, you can still see the lines on the bar where it was originally located.

That one you linked might work, or just leave the whole Stabilizer assembly off. They are just put on to bandage a problem that should really be fixed.
 
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It looks like the U bolts were loose and it slid to the right, you can still see the lines on the bar where it was originally located.

That one you linked might work, or just leave the whole Stabilizer assembly off. They are just put on to bandage a problem that should really be fixed.
yeah its been working for a bit now, but Id rather just re do it properly. more car practice as I see it. You think the above parts I linked would work?