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OEM Steering Stabilizers

Is the OEM Steering Stabilizer the same on the 08-10 as the 03-07? I would like to replace mine with the Bilstein but can only find one up to 07.
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Here is the page to a whole slew of different setups for your truck, 2 being Bilsteins. I bought mine from here (an actual top gun customz kit with Bilsteins). I'm asuming that its a 08-10 by your post...

1st kit and the 6th kit have the Bilsteins...

Stabilizers (2008-2009 Ford Super Duty) - Top Gun Customz

hope this helps
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Thanks for the help but I was looking to stick to the OEM set up due to the fact I'm running factory size tires. I do have an 08 if this helps. I looking to see if the Bilstein OEM replacement for 03-07 will fit my truck.
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Carli makes one that goes in the stock location or "high mount" as they call it with a bilstein. I have it on my 2011 and it works great.
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Carli makes one that goes in the stock location or "high mount" as they call it with a bilstein. I have it on my 2011 and it works great.
I can testify to that mount and the 7100 series Bilstein that I put on my wife's Ram when we upgraded it to the 08.5 front end. Absolutely cured her death wobble issues.

Do you happen to have a link to that setup for the super duties? I didnt find it on their website.
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Carli makes one that goes in the stock location or "high mount" as they call it with a bilstein. I have it on my 2011 and it works great.
Thanks, I'll take a look at the Carli.
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I can testify to that mount and the 7100 series Bilstein that I put on my wife's Ram when we upgraded it to the 08.5 front end. Absolutely cured her death wobble issues.

Do you happen to have a link to that setup for the super duties? I didnt find it on their website.
33-170862 Bilstein Steering Damper, Bilstein 5100 Series Steering Damper, F4-BE5-H086-H0 - TruckSpring.com

Try this, although I did find it other places it was cheaper here.
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Carli makes one that goes in the stock location or "high mount" as they call it with a bilstein. I have it on my 2011 and it works great.
Do you have a link for this? I'm only finding stabilizers for a Dodge.
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Do you have a link for this? I'm only finding stabilizers for a Dodge.

We are just releasing the Ford stabilizer. There is no link yet. I still have to take product photo's to put up on the site. We sent a couple out to Rock and Roll Offroad to get his customers in need handled. Our stocking order of shocks should be in early next week from Bilstein.
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We are just releasing the Ford stabilizer. There is no link yet. I still have to take product photo's to put up on the site. We sent a couple out to Rock and Roll Offroad to get his customers in need handled. Our stocking order of shocks should be in early next week from Bilstein.
Can you let me know when these are available to ship? I would like to get one A.S.A.P. What's going to be the cost?
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