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Old 09-28-2011, 12:00 PM
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steering stabilizer ???

Has anyone used this stabilizer before? How did it work? Any complaints?

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Old 09-28-2011, 02:16 PM
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If it is the OE replacement rancho steering stabilizer they work pretty good. I had one on my last pick up. It works better than stock that is for sure.
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Has anyone used this stabilizer before? How did it work? Any complaints?

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I just put the same one on about a week ago and so far so good. I'm happy with it. Check out Amazon, they have it cheaper and free shipping.
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sounds good. I am debating between this one the the dual one from top gun customz. I will check out amazon.
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YOu dont need a dual stabilizer until you are running 35's or larger tires.
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I agree. Too many guys are putting on dials 'cause it looks cool.
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i dont care about looks. My truck is stock height and you wont see it either way. I have also heard the white body shocks on the top gun customz kit suck
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YOu dont need a dual stabilizer until you are running 35's or larger tires.
im running 35's and doing a level lift Friday... how do i know if i need a better stabilizer.? right now if feels kind of "floaty" i cant remember what stock feels like
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im running 35's and doing a level lift Friday... how do i know if i need a better stabilizer.? right now if feels kind of "floaty" i cant remember what stock feels like
It all really depends how bad your bump steer is. Usually with 35's every little bump will start to move you all over the road.
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YOu dont need a dual stabilizer until you are running 35's or larger tires.
I disagree completly I just put a dual procomp mount with foxshocks on my stock f350 & it stopped my death wobble that ford says doesn't exist!!!!
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