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post #1 of 15 Old 06-14-2012, 04:06 PM Thread Starter
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Need steering stabilizers

Everyone I talk to say to go with Bilstein, so wheres the best place to buy them??? Best price?

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post #2 of 15 Old 06-14-2012, 05:02 PM
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I bought all my bilsteins including my steering stab. from shockwarehouse.com

2002 F250 Super Cab 4X4, 110k, Banks Ram Air, 5in Turbo Back Exhaust, FRX, HPX, CCV, Warn Hubs, Bilsteins 5160 with remote reservoirs all way around, Energy Suspension Bushings, Powerstop Slotted Roters, Crown Performance SS Brake lines, Autometer Triple gauges, TW 6pos Chip, Mag Hytec front and rear differential covers.... Runs Like a dream
Next on the list Transmission upgrades
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Thanks Ill check them out.

8" Skyjacker lift
2" wheel spacers
22" American Racing rims
40x15.5x22 M16's
DIY intake
Zoodad Mod
4" strait exaust
Glowshift gauges
DIY Boost Fooler
Unplugged wastegate
TS 6 position chip
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Ok having trouble finding end to end Bilsteins stabalizers. I see them on trucks all the time but every company I have talked to say Bilstein does not make them. Can anyone point me in the right direction.

8" Skyjacker lift
2" wheel spacers
22" American Racing rims
40x15.5x22 M16's
DIY intake
Zoodad Mod
4" strait exaust
Glowshift gauges
DIY Boost Fooler
Unplugged wastegate
TS 6 position chip
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I bought a Monroe stabilizer from Amazon pretty cheap, I doubt you'd be unhappy with it... (Bilsteins are more about the "bling")
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I dont entirely agree...I have had many offroad vehicles. My F250 spends atleast 50% of its miles off road. I have run many brands none last long. Few cost what Bilsteins cost. However I have friends who run offroad tow trucks that have gotten years out of Bilsteins, many years. I have never talked to anyone who had anything bad to say about them, many who have had them on their trucks for 5 or more years....Thats damn good.

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2" wheel spacers
22" American Racing rims
40x15.5x22 M16's
DIY intake
Zoodad Mod
4" strait exaust
Glowshift gauges
DIY Boost Fooler
Unplugged wastegate
TS 6 position chip
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I know 4wheelparts.com has both the bilstein shocks and the stering stabilizer your looking for, just got myself a set
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They told me they need me to take a shock off and measure it fully extended and fully compressed because they didnt have any information on an 03 with 8" lift. They also told me Bilstein didnt make end to end steering stabilizers shocks the only way to get it was to buy the 450 kit.

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2" wheel spacers
22" American Racing rims
40x15.5x22 M16's
DIY intake
Zoodad Mod
4" strait exaust
Glowshift gauges
DIY Boost Fooler
Unplugged wastegate
TS 6 position chip
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Ahh gotcha, yeah I just have a leveling kit on mine, you think about going with coilovers from carli or something?
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I dont entirely agree...I have had many offroad vehicles. My F250 spends atleast 50% of its miles off road. I have run many brands none last long. Few cost what Bilsteins cost. However I have friends who run offroad tow trucks that have gotten years out of Bilsteins, many years. I have never talked to anyone who had anything bad to say about them, many who have had them on their trucks for 5 or more years....Thats damn good.
But,,, you're looking for a Steering Stabilizer - right?

You can't possibly believe you'd find a significant difference on the Road...
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