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Dual Steering Stabilizer question

I am putting a dual steering stabalizer on an 07 f250 CC and noticed there is a factory stabilizer. Since the dual mounts in a diff spot, should I keep the factory one or remove it? (Factory one is mounted on the diagonal bar, dual mount on the horizontal bar)
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post #2 of 6 Old 07-11-2007, 03:22 PM
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KEEP the factory one!!

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thanks 21....Any particular reason why? keep in addition too? or just keep it and forget about the duals?
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ive never seen one like you are talking about, but i would go ahead and install the duals. i have duals on mine and really like them.


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Run the dual set-up with the factory. I have oversized tires and it is like night and day with the improvement. I would add this feature even if I wasn't running oversized tires. The benefits are unbelievable.

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great! Thanks for the advice.
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