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Old 04-20-2015, 09:14 AM   #1
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TigerTrak on e450

So we purchased the TigerTrak for our e450. Our unit is a 2012 chassis.

The instructions are ok but no pictures. So we start the install process. You connect one bracket under the sway bar connection on the axle passenger side. This is clear.

Where do you put the bracket on the frame? Can not put the bracket on the drivers side frame rail for the location has the fuel lines and electrical lines. Can not move them out of the way for they have no slack.

Anyone have pictures of your install?

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Assuming you are having handling issues, have you confirmed where your front end caster is set?
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No other issues other than the wag the dog. This will be fixed with the trak bar. Question is how is the bar connected to the chassis. Any pictures would be great.
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Perhaps the picture in this link will help.
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