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Old 08-25-2009, 05:22 AM
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Top Gun Customz Dual Steering Stabilizer Install!

Yesterday I went over to see the guys at Top Gun Customz and picked up there new dual steering stabilizer bracket along with a Rize Leveling Kit, 4" Blocks for the rear, and Bilstien 5100's all the way around. I will say I am very impressed with the fit and finish of the Top Gun Customz Dual Steering Stabilizer and it really does the job! Installation took about 30-45 minutes and the directions were straight forward and right too the point! My factory stabilizer bit the dust about a week ago and have had a severe shimmy in the front-end ever since. It was really cool to meet Kyle and Jeff yesterday and get the grand tour of the facility and see all the cool toys they have. Cobb's Diesel Performance looks forward to having future dealings with Top Gun Customz in various ways down the road and are also proud to announce that we will be retailing the Top Gun Customz line of suspension parts. In closing I would just like to thank everyone at Top Gun Customz for taking the time to get exactly what I wanted for my truck and that is customer service that you cannot beat!







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Old 08-25-2009, 05:23 AM
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looks sharp, I would take those boots off, they will trap water and cause premature rust
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Old 08-25-2009, 05:25 AM
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Yea, they're coming off for sure sometime today I was too excited to take the time last night to remove them because I was so excited to drive my what looks to be a new truck thanks to Top Gun!!!!
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Looks sweet
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What Bilsteins are you running on the stabalizer?
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What Bilsteins are you running on the stabalizer?
Good question, I know that its a custom built Bilstein 5100 to Top Gun's specs so you would have to contact them in regards to that.
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Old 08-25-2009, 05:50 AM
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Good question, I know that its a custom built Bilstein 5100 to Top Gun's specs so you would have to contact them in regards to that.
I just put 5125s on my BDS stabalizer. They are just shocks i had laying around.
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I just put 5125s on my BDS stabalizer. They are just shocks i had laying around.
Whats the valving on those shocks?
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Whats the valving on those shocks?
IDK I baught them for the front of my totaled truck they wont fit the front of the new truck but i held them up to the BDS stabalizers and they are the same size. So instead of having $140.00 laying around i used them and seem to work fine.
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Looks good Cobb's
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