The new frame bracket ties into the original track bar frame mount thanks to a tapered sleeve and a Grade-8 bolt. If you have an early ’94 truck, you will need a tapered reamer to hog the hole out with. The early trucks used a smaller ball joint at the frame side, which lead to a higher failure rate. Holes need to be drilled for a ½-inch-diameter bolt that goes through the frame from the driver side and for the two 5⁄16-inch-diameter bolts that attach through the crossmember. We’ve put a lot of parts in a lot of projects over the years, and the instructions for this track bar kit might be the best we’ve ever seen. A bill of materials with pictures, clear and concise descriptions, and pictures of the install that are actually recognizable made this kit a breeze to install.