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dual steering stabilizers

hey guy my steering stabilizer is leaking again and i was woundering if it would be worth it to put on a dual kit or just stay with a single? I'm running 33x15.5r16
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You only need to run a dual setup when you run 35" tires and over.

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Hey I see your from sherwood park. If you run into Leduc to the performance shop there on 50th street. I picked up a procomp kit for 180 bucks. took me 30 mins to install. and they will have it there the next day if they do not have it in stock.

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K thank i will look in to the place in leduc i have a pro comp on it now but they never last more than 6 months and they start leaking i normally run 35s but not right now.

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yep it was for a dual kit. 180 plus tax. Mine has been hollding together for just about a year now.

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Hey guys i have a pro comp dual stabilizer on my 04 with a 4" pro comp lift. My stabilizer on the drivers side is rubbing against my front differential. Any body else have this problem or know how to fix it. Thanks.

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Ya I found it takes 2 guys to adjust them properly. one is that it can hit the diff and the other is the toe in toe out adjuster it can hit there.

I found to make sure all the washers are in the correct place. and then the piece that attaches to the steering link arm with the Ubolts. that to adjust it to the proper angle.

It took me abit to figure out the instuctions cause the picture has some funny angles to it.

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Just bought a dual steering stabilizer today. I went with Top Gun Customz with standard shocks for a 99-04. Pumped to get this and the lift installed.
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