CS-DATB-14 & CS-DATB-1419 Rebuild Kits

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Carli Track Bar: CS-DATB-14 & CS-DATB-1419

CUB Joint at the Frame, Heim Joint with JAMMIT Nut at the axle. These Bars will have 18mm internal diameter misalignment spacers.

CS-DATB-14: You’ll be able to identify this bar by the divots in the uniball cup. If the uniball strap is smooth, you have a CS-DPRB-14.

CS-DATB-1419: You’ll be able to identify this bar as the bar is offset from the uniball cup connected with a gusset.


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Description

Frame Side

The Frame end consists of:

  • (1) Uniball
  • (2) CUB Bushings
  • (1) FF – Short 18mm Misalignment Spacer
  • (1) FR – Long 18mm Misalignment Spacer
  • (1) Safety Washer
  • (1) Snap Ring
  • (1) Wobble Stopper

To Replace this joint:

  1. Remove the snap ring and knock the existing “CUB” assembly out
  2. Assemble the CUB bushings to the uniball. These will be a VERY tight fit. Using a dead blow to assemble is how we do it in house.
  3. Press the new “CUB” assembly into the housing of the track bar.
  4. Place the safety washer (lip facing outward toward the snap ring) on top of the assembly and use a press to preload the joint and seat the snap ring to retain the assembly. MAKE SURE THE SNAP RING IS PROPERLY SEATED!!
  5. Assemble the wobble stopper to the Long Silver Spacer Marked FR (Frame, Rear) and install to the rear of the track bar.
  6. Assemble short silver spacer marked FF (Frame Front) to the front of the installed joint. NOTE: When the pictures were taken, this spacer was black, it’s now silver instead.
  7. Reinstall Track bar.

TORQUE VALUES:

  • 18mm Bolts: Tighten to 255 lb/ft.

Axle Side

The Axle end consists of:

  • (1) FK Bearing 7/8 x 7/8″ RHT Chromoly Heat treated heim joint
  • (1) JAMMIT Nut
  • (1) AF – Axle Front 18mm Misalignment Spacer (Silver, not black as pictured)
  • (1) AR – Axle Rear 18mm Misalignment Spacer (Silver, not black as pictured)
  1. Before removing the old heim, measure the center to center of your bar to be replicated when you install the new joint. As loctite should’ve been used in the initial installation, heat the axle end to break the loctite and remove the axle end of the bar by un-threading it counter-clockwise. This will require the bar to be in a vice.
  2. With the original joint removed, inspect and clean the internal bar threads as much as you’re able to. If you have access to one, run a 7/8″-14 Tap into the end of the bar to prep the threads.
  3. Coat the heim threads with red loctite and Install the JAMMIT all the way onto the heim shank.
  4. Thread the assembly into the bar until it matches your measurement
  5. Spin the jam nut to the end of the bar and torque to 200lb/ft.
  6. Once torqued, confirm the “flat” (not peak) of the Jammit Nut faces the rear when installed – this will ensure the nut doesn’t rub the factory pocket. If the peak faces the rear, tighten the nut until the flat spot faces rear.
  7. Ensuring the two ends of the bar are perfectly parallel; adjust as needed. If they’re off, you should be able to use a large crescent wrench to adjust the end without loosening the jammit nut prior to the loctite setting. If any adjustment was needed, confirm torque on the nut.
  8. Install the misalignment spacers, AF (long) in the front, AR (short) in the rear, and reinstall the bar into the truck.

TORQUE VALUES:

  • 18mm Bolts: Tighten to 255 lb/ft.

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