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Old 08-01-2011, 02:28 PM
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Steering stabilizer

I have a 2001 350 4wd and had to remove the stabilizer cause it was basically shot. But now my dilemma is who made it and where to get a new one. It has any eyelet on one end, and a stud on the other. When it is fully opened it is 24". Any help from the congregation?
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I have a 2001 350 4wd and had to remove the stabilizer cause it was basically shot. But now my dilemma is who made it and where to get a new one. It has any eyelet on one end, and a stud on the other. When it is fully opened it is 24". Any help from the congregation?
Rancho makes them. Try this link.... Rancho
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