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Old 06-18-2013, 04:53 PM
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What Dual-Steering Stablizer On Stock Height?

Quick question,
Just had a new set of tires put on my truck this week and was wanting to tighten the steering back up and really tighten the front end back up.
I want to do dual steering stabilizers, but can't find anyone that makes a kit without a 2" lift or leveling kit.
Anyone know of a good kit they sell that is for stock height?
Any help would be appreciated.
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I went with a pro comp kit and it seems to help. I'm sure there are better ones out there but you will probably pay alot more. I can't remember exactly what I paid but for what it is I think it was worth it. Also, this kit was good for stock height or leveling kit.
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Fabtech makes a kit for stock to 2" as well... know a couple guys running it and it does the job well for them.
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I went with a pro comp kit and it seems to help. I'm sure there are better ones out there but you will probably pay alot more. I can't remember exactly what I paid but for what it is I think it was worth it. Also, this kit was good for stock height or leveling kit.
Can you use the bilstein shocks with the pro comp kit or do you have to use their shocks?
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Can you use the bilstein shocks with the pro comp kit or do you have to use their shocks?
I'm not to sure actually. I have wondered about being able to use a different shock if something happens to one of mine.
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I'm not to sure actually. I have wondered about being able to use a different shock if something happens to one of mine.
Your truck is stock height right? Any problems with the dual hitting on anything?
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Old 06-21-2013, 08:58 AM
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Sorry never mind. I just saw in your sig that you have a leveling kit.
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Old 06-21-2013, 12:48 PM
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Does anyone know for sure if the pro comp kit will fit on a stock height truck? I called top gun customz and they said that it needs to be at least leveled for clearance. Only reason I want a dual is because I am running the PMF drag link and there is no place for a stock steering stabilizer. I am debating going back to the stock drag link and a bilstein factory replacement stabilizer.
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We have a dual steering stabilizer kit that allows the stabilizer shocks to mount below the center bracket for stock height applications. It also uses Bilstein 5100 dampeners. Runs $299 plus shipping. Here is a link to it on our website, and I have plenty instock if your interested. 2005-12 Ford F-250 HD Dual Stabilizer Kit
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fdchief You said you went recon with the lighting all the way around. You didn't do all bulbs did you? I made the mistake of using their bulbs and found out first hand how crappy and dim their bulbs were.
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