Originally Posted by Motomez
Great Video! I allways wanted to see the front end in action. My truck does the same thing with 35's Do you think that is was the duel stabilizers or the combination of the new stabilizer and the diffrent valving on the Ranchos.. By looking at your video it looks like the wheel dosent bounce upward as much as it did with the stock shocks. The ranchos looked like they had better rebound than your previous units. Your thoughts?
Yeah, I think it was a combination of shock and dampener that fixed the problem. The stock shocks have been spec'd too lightly for my taste especially with my larger tires. With the new Rancho's, the tire just won't fall into the pot hole and therefore bounce back up like the OEM shocks. The stabilizer adds just a little resistance to the steering feel so it's not as loosey feeling as before either. I felt like the OEM steering is over-assisted to begin with. All around it's a big improvement.