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Question Steering Stabilizers

Has anyone ran a dual steering stabilizer kit from rough country? I have a 99 f250 on 37s and would like to upgrade my dampeners. Has anyone had good luck with rough country because theyre only 89.95 + shipping...Or would something like pro comp or superlift be a better choice? I have a procomp lift on the truck but on jeeps that i have had i always ran rough country and they seemed to hold up fine on the previous wrangler and grand cherokee, but this is a 3/4 ton truck so its a big difference. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks

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Rough Country should be just fine!
I think that is what I have on my truck and it's worked great for 6 years now!

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My truck came with dual steering stabilizers from fabtech. Now I've driven plenty of lifted trucks, ranging from 35s up to 40 inch tires. Some having steering or dual steering stabilizers, and I must say, mine drives the best by far. With the dual on it it makes the steering almost feel like I'm driving a car. In the sense that the turning responds real quick and its nice and tight with very little to no play in the wheel. I don't think the brand makes that much of a difference. They're all about the same thing, the only difference are the prices. So I'm sure if you go with rough country you'll be happy

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