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Old 10-27-2011, 07:47 PM
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Skyjacker Dual Steering Stabilizer?

I was curious on if these still work pretty well considering they're cheaper? I don't have the money to buy one of the expensive one's and am preferably looking under $200. Any opinions??

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I made a stabilizer for about $50 and for another 35 I would have a dual setup. wasnt too hard
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I was curious on if these still work pretty well considering they're cheaper? I don't have the money to buy one of the expensive one's and am preferably looking under $200. Any opinions??

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that one is fine, main difference for the more expensive ones are the high end shocks,,,,,but shocks is shocks and you would not be able to tell the difference... if your truck is lifted very high then you could see them and so its more of a visual thing.......but the one you are looking at is fine....check out Top Gun Customz... the carry all of them so its easy to compare. i went with the Rough Country because i liked the mounting brackets better....but what a difference, i had completely forgotten how the truck should steer......
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i have it on my 2004 F350 and i LOVE it! I had a bilstein in the stock spot but the dual skyjacker is a night and day difference over that
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