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Old 11-16-2011, 08:13 AM
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new top gun customz front end goodies

i just purchased and installed a set of 1" lift spacers and a dual steering stabilizer kit from top gun customz. both products are manufactured in house so it keeps the cost reasonable. i looked at icons tei spacer but saw no difference and a price difference of almost $100. next i compared many dual steering stabilizers. my buddy ran a rize kit and the quality of the TGC and the rize were equal but again at a cheaper cost. truck now has 8" of lift up front and i think it looks so much better. also steering seems to be a little tighter with the stabilizers, less wobble over bumps. for top gun customz, i would not hesitate to buy any in house manufactured product from them. anyway on to the pics
before 1" spacer

after 1" spacer

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Old 11-16-2011, 08:33 AM
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That dual steering stabalizer looks sweet, nice work!
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dam this is BEAUTIFUL!!!!!
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I have had that steering stabilizer on for about a year and a half with Bilsteins. The Bils finish looks like crap but the kit works great and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to anybody.
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Yeah, I like the steering stabilizer as well, pretty clean looking.
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Looks real good bro!!!!!!!!!
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I have had that steering stabilizer on for about a year and a half with Bilsteins. The Bils finish looks like crap but the kit works great and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to anybody.
i know what you mean about the bilstein finish. when i ordered my icon lift it came with both edelbrock and bilstein shocks. icon has their shocks made by both companies and just has the valved to their specs. the edelbrock ones have a clear coat finish and the bilstein is just a raw finish. so far my shocks have held up so i have no worries about these
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thanks for the compliments guys!
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