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Old 10-23-2007, 05:40 PM
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installed dual steering stabilizers (pic inside)

just thought i would share a pic of my latest mod. bds dual stabilizers. a great improvement over the stock one

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Old 10-23-2007, 05:49 PM
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Good Choice!! Look'n Good!!
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am I just being anal.....or do they sit in a vulnerable place???
I have FX4 skids under my truck....do those cover that area? I have been having back problems so I cant get under there to look if I wanna get back up. Just curious really. They look tough, but I used to race ATV's and stuff like that immediately got a 1/4" thick plate to protect it for woods races.....maybe I'm just too hard on stuff too!
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Old 10-23-2007, 05:59 PM
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they look real nice bud, but they do look like they may get caught on something. maybe the picture is decieving..
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they look real nice bud, but they do look like they may get caught on something. maybe the picture is decieving..
I'm hoping so......bc a stock one would be in the same position correct?
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Old 10-23-2007, 06:07 PM
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well i think they all mount in different positions, here is a pic of mine and they mounted in front.



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Great looking setup.

I dont mean to your thread here for a sec, but I was wondering if I'll need the dual stabilizers if I only have a 2.5" lift?

-BG06.
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Old 10-23-2007, 06:31 PM
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Great looking setup.

I dont mean to your thread here for a sec, but I was wondering if I'll need the dual stabilizers if I only have a 2.5" lift?

-BG06.
ditto for a 2005 with leveling kit I wanna install soon
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Old 10-23-2007, 06:32 PM
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Looks great......
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am I just being anal.....or do they sit in a vulnerable place???
I have FX4 skids under my truck....do those cover that area? I have been having back problems so I cant get under there to look if I wanna get back up. Just curious really. They look tough, but I used to race ATV's and stuff like that immediately got a 1/4" thick plate to protect it for woods races.....maybe I'm just too hard on stuff too!
i guess if u your were like rockcrawling and smashed into a rock but my trucks seen plenty of mudd and offroading and ive never hurt mine or hit mine one bit...
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