For lack of a better place I'm gonna put this here.
I ordered an received the stabilizer kit from Sputhe after checking out the various makers of such things it came down to this or True Track and Sputhe just looked better.
This is the front stabilizer installed. Took about 1 hour to get it on.
The rear one was the bear. As well as what the instructions said to do, I also had to remove the front muffler and the rear brake master cyl. which of course meant bleeding the caliper once it was put back on. It bolts to the right side of the rear trany mount so you have to remove the stock bolts and put the new ones in from the left side then the other piece goes where the mout bolts to the frame. Took about 4 hours total to install the rear one.
Can't wait to get it out on the road and see if that squirmy rear end is gone.