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ProComp Steering Stabilizer Help need

Hello
I got my self one Steering Stabilizer from ProComp (singel)
But it do not sees to fit whit the brackets includes, and the wright up sucks.
Do enyone her have som picture on an instalasion so i can see and maybe make som blacket my self ?
Pleas, realy need help on this one


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I realy need help her, do enyone have eny picture one eny other aftermaket stabilizer, and how they are mounted ??? pleas

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You usually attach to a tie rod with the boot end. then bolt the shock side to a firm axle point.

while the wheels are straight the rod should be extended about half way, so that when you turn to full extension it is fully extended but when you turn back straight its half way out so that when you turn to the other way it doesn't bottom out.

Check out some offroad shops websites as all steering stabilizers mount the same way.
hope this helps a little.
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