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Old 06-14-2012, 04:16 PM
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Dual steering stabilizers!?!? 99-03 advice plz!!!

Looking for a good dual steering stabilizer I'm about to go with a 4 inch lift... Close up pics and info would help very much and any other advice you can throw my way thanks!
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Old 06-18-2012, 07:21 AM
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We sell Both Icon's and a kit with Fox shocks..which I think is a better kit..plus cheaper!
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Old 06-18-2012, 06:05 PM
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I've run 365/65-16s (34.5x14.5) and 315/75-16s (35x12.50) on my 2003 WITHOUT a steering stabilizer, no issues. I had one when I had 33s, but I bent the rod wheelin one night about 3 weeks after I put it on. Never put another one on. IMO, steering stabilizers mask problems.
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Old 06-18-2012, 09:30 PM
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I bought dual steering stabilizer kit from top gun customz. It was the rough country kit and wasn't that expensive. You really can spend whatever money you want and the custom set-ups with fox and bilstiens and they look really nice. I simply went with function for my setup and have been very happy.
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Right on yes I've seen the ones on top gun customs...I really like that one with the bilsteins that mount high right in front of the axel
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what is making you WANT a dual stabilizer. ideally, you dont want any, it is just added resistance to the steering. if your truck is aligned correctly and nothing is worn out, a single at most is all that should be needed.
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I'm with shawn. You don't NEED dual stabilizers, but if you WANT them then more power to you!

As for places to buy from, check out the vendors section. The ones that sell them sell good stuff!
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