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Old 02-15-2010, 03:03 PM
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Bilstein steering stabilizer

I am currently in the process of ordering (4) Bilstein shocks for my 2006 F-250 PSD. I cannot find any applications for a Bilstein steering stabilizer for my truck. I found something for a Ford Chassis cab (which may be the same). Any and all feedback is appriecated.
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Don't think I have ever seen one for an OEM replacement. You looking for direct replacement or replacing with a dual kit of somekind?
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Just looking for the OEM replacement. The single that is attached to the drag link and then to a bracket on the frame.
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The only direct OEM replacement I found when I was looking a few months back was by Rough Country. I believe Fabtech also had one that claimed it was a direct replacement but the picture didnt show the stud needed. ProComp I think also has one but it required some sort of bracket.

I wound up going with the Rough Country stabilizer. Price was right and havent had a single issue with it as yet.

Direct Replacement Stabilizer
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The only direct OEM replacement I found when I was looking a few months back was by Rough Country. I believe Fabtech also had one that claimed it was a direct replacement but the picture didnt show the stud needed. ProComp I think also has one but it required some sort of bracket.

I wound up going with the Rough Country stabilizer. Price was right and havent had a single issue with it as yet.

Direct Replacement Stabilizer
Just wondering how easy is this to replace? Does it really help with the stablilizing of the steering and tighten it up? I do find mine to be a little loose in the steering. Any help would be great... sorry to hi-jack the thread.
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Bilstein make one i do believe. I have seen them somewhere. Id sent Truck Toyz a PM and ask him.
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you could check out Top Gunz (?), i had it saved but lost the link w/new windows, anywho, it was dual Bilsteins and a good looking stainless steel bracket,, im diff getting it,,as soon as i can find it,,,
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Just wondering how easy is this to replace? Does it really help with the stablilizing of the steering and tighten it up? I do find mine to be a little loose in the steering. Any help would be great... sorry to hi-jack the thread.
It takes longer to get your tools out and get everything situated than to change out the OEM stabilizer. Just make sure you have a pickle fork to knock it out of the drag link with
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you could check out Top Gunz (?), i had it saved but lost the link w/new windows, anywho, it was dual Bilsteins and a good looking stainless steel bracket,, im diff getting it,,as soon as i can find it,,,
99-04 Ford Super Duty F250/F350 Dual Steering Stabilizer Black with Bilstein Cylinders - Top Gun Customz
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I think he is looking for one for an '06. here's the page with all the options and manufacturers: Stabilizers (Ford 05-07 Super Duty) - Top Gun Customz
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