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Old 10-25-2010, 04:49 AM
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stearing stabilizer do they really help?

hey yall im puting my new Purepeformance 8" preruner lift and 40's on my truck this week and im wondering if i should buy a dual stearing stabilizer for my truck. my question is do they really help the handleing of the truck or are they really just for looks?

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They helped mine and I have stock 20's. I used Rough Country and they were just over $100.00.
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They will help the bump steer more than anything.
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Old 10-25-2010, 07:06 PM
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I have a dumb queston!
I just install a RC Dual SS but i have a problem i cant get the oem SS off. i took the bolt out that is connected to the frame but how does the other end come off?
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Old 10-27-2010, 05:20 PM
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With 37's I don't see any difference with my stabilizers but with 40's I would definitely put some on there. I'm assuming they are 15.50's and those things are so wide you will probably need all the help you can get. I had a buddy that had some and his truck was all over the road and the wheel was very touchy and this was with dual stab's. It may have just been his truck though.
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a pmf 4 link is cheaper just sayin! and ya it helped alot on my old truck (03 with 35s), my new truck (07 with 35s) doesnt have one and i can tell. will be putting one on soon. not like something u HAVE to have,but sure is nice.
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Old 10-28-2010, 02:53 AM
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Im getting 13.50's not the 15.50 i dont want a tire that wide for that same reason. i think im gonna buy some in the next 2 weeks. my lift will be in tomorrow and i got to get it put on by 9am saturday to get it in the tire shop.... its gonna be a late night followed by a early morning hope i can do it im gonna have 5 buddys helping me.
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Your Pure kit will come with a new SS, I'd try it first and if you feel a additional one is need then Icon's are very nice..so are the Procomps with Fox shocks.

Also the kit comes with a new adj track bar and mounting syslem..won't be as prone to shakes as the stock style bars are.

These trucks main problem is lack of castor..should be 2x's factory spec..Pures arms are both adjustable..we can get these separately from the kit..very resonable...Pic atttached, they will come with either the Super Flex Joint ..tightest made or the Monster Prodigy Joint your choice. Silver or black your choice.

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