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ok i dont have a lift i dont really plan on getin one but my tires are slighly bigger then stock, an i tell you what i hit a bump on the high way i gota grip that wheel cause it tends to pull me, could i benifit from a stabalizer shock ? an if so what is a good inexpensive way to go, i was lookin at the rancho, buit they say 2 are requierd can i get away with one? an also it pretty much just bolts on right i mean everything you need is goin to come with it, im just lookin for a lil advice
Just go with the dual stablizer. You wont regret it and it will help with the steering
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dual rough country stabilizer is $85.00 from topguncustomz...just ordered my lift yesterday with the stabilizer kit...it is a "big bore" kit to handle everything you throw at them