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Old 09-20-2011, 05:35 PM
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wanting a dual steering stabilizer

I have a 2002 most of them that I've been looking at are for 05 and up will these fit? I dont want the dual where they are stacked on top of each other.

Rancho PN (RS98510) is what I'm looking at.
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Old 09-21-2011, 05:04 AM
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CT Performance has a nice dual setup
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I had the TopGun customs twin stabilizers, brackets are great, but one cold morning one of the stabilizers blew out Emailed Rancho and ordered two of theirs to replace whatever brand topgun included, NOW, it works great!
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i also have the topgun setup. works great. make sure to upgrade to billys. much cheaper than doing it down the road.
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i am going with the dual stabilizer from top gun but will probably go with the white body shocks since i am not lifted and stock size tires.
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i am going with the dual stabilizer from top gun but will probably go with the white body shocks since i am not lifted and stock size tires.
they will fail on you inside of 6 months. a friend of mine ordered a kit after he saw my setup. he has a ccsb w/275-70r18 tires. they failed at 7 months.
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they will fail on you inside of 6 months. a friend of mine ordered a kit after he saw my setup. he has a ccsb w/275-70r18 tires. they failed at 7 months.
Well thats good to know. I guess i will just save up for the kit with the bilsteins.
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