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Steering Damper Bracket

My truck didn't have one when I bought it. What is the cheapest/best way to put one on? Junk yard? Does anyone have one just sitting around I can buy?
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More commonly referred to as a steering stabilizer, they're found all over the internet. You can find them in single or dual setups. This is the one that I purchased: 1999-2004 Ford F-250 Steering Components - Skyjacker Systems 7099 - Skyjacker Hydro 7000 Steering Stabilizers


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No he is talking about the bracket that the dampener mounts to. Its the piece thats the passenger side u bolts nuts touch. My truck doesn't have one either so i have to have to have custom mounting

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I just ordered a 4"-6" drop bracket after fighting with the guys that installed the lift.
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When you go to purchase a damper, you should have the option to purchase the bracket too. Atleast that's how it is through BDS

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