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Old 11-21-2006, 07:07 PM
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single steering stabilizer vs. dual steering stabilizer

are there any benefits and/or drawbacks. companies like fabtech and superlift offer duals but skyjacker and rancho offer single. any input appreciated. thakns
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under 35" 1, over 35" 2.
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ok gotcha. thanks
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under 35" 1, over 35" 2.
why do you need these anyway? for going over big stuff that bangs into the tire so it doesnt pull your steering wheel to that direction really hard?
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to help eliminate vibrations from bigger tires...it does help too
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what about if you have 35"?
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what about if you have 35"?
1 1/2 then.
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