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Stabilizer bar a good idea?

I saw this on ebay and I don't know if it's worth it for my 65. Does anyone know if I should spend the money or is it a scam?
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It looks a lot like zray's (maybe it is). He is a premium member here that makes/sells them. Very good product.

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Thanks, 68hidalgo. It's got a Oklahoma seller so I bet it's zray. I'll email him to be sure. I can sure use something like this for a quick lift.
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If it's Zray's, and it sure looks like it, I highly recommend it.
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Yep sure looks like @zray crossmember. He'll be along soon . I have one also, it's high quality.
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I saw this on ebay and I don't know if it's worth it for my 65. Does anyone know if I should spend the money or is it a scam?
no scam. But you can save $10 off of the eBay price by buying direct from the VMF ad referenced above.


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Thanks, Mr Z! I'm glad I emailed you about this earlier. I'm ready to get one.
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Mr Z, I'm in for the powder coated one with the jack pad. I sent you a email. 👍
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What a great experience, dealing with ZRAY. I sent an email, he replied within a few minutes and I was able to place an order with him right away. Easier than falling asleep on my creeper!
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I saw this on ebay and I don't know if it's worth it for my 65. Does anyone know if I should spend the money or is it a scam?
no scam. But you can save $10 off of the eBay price by buying direct from the VMF ad referenced above.


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What a great experience, dealing with ZRAY. I sent an email, he replied within a few minutes and I was able to place an order with him right away. Easier than falling asleep on my creeper!
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Zray, Do you make these for the 67?
yes I do. Here is the VFM ad for them:



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yes I do. Here is the VFM ad for them:



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I saw this on ebay and I don't know if it's worth it for my 65. Does anyone know if I should spend the money or is it a scam?

You are aware that this is not an un-bolt / bolt it up situation I hope. The bar cross bolts the lower control arms as well as bolting into the frame rail. It isn't that difficult an install but it also isn't trivial. This is just a heads up.


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Like macstang said, it's not a 5 minute bolt on job. However, Z provides an excellent guide on how to install it and overcome any issues you may run into. I don't remember if he provided a phone number, but he's pretty quick on replying via email. Highly recommend!



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