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post #1 of 15 Old 12-08-2009, 07:31 PM Thread Starter
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dual steering stabilizers

i am throwing around the idea about putting dual steering stabilizer on my truck since i am running 35's and fixing to run 37's on my truck will the dual stabilzers help with the shake in the steering wheel and better handling
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Yeah if you do have a bad shake it will help correct the problem. After I got my lift put on ( 8 inch, 37 toyo x 22 inch wheel) I brought it to an alignment shop and after they messed with it. I had no shake at all after that and didn't need to buy steering stabilizers.
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Have you lifted it? Additional castor is needed with these trucks.
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i but a 2.5 leveling kit and 4 inch blocks in the back and im fixing to put some bigger coilsprings on there they will be 1.5inches taller than stock coil springs
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are you going to stack the 2.5" spacer on top of the new coil springs?
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yep thats my plan or take or take them out and put new 4.5 coilsprings under under it cause im going to 37's
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well are you going to get any of the rest of the stuff you need like an adjustable trac bar, longer shocks? there is a reason they dont make a 4" leveling kit.. you cant just slap a longer coil with a coil spacer and expect it all to work... just my opinion though to each their own

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well i have already bought longer shocks when i put the leveling kit on and i plan on putting aftermarket trac bars on it to
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Better do something about the huge lose of castor..drop brackets.
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