I've been loking around for a Dual Opposing Steering Stabilser system with specifics.
I have a single Tough dog Steering Stabiliser which is not ideal due to the amount the centre bracket fixed to the tie rod hangs down below the line of the axle housing. This seems to be common design of the single set ups.
The Top Gun Dual stabiliser design (going by the photos) solves both of my concerns that other designs seem to have. And that is, there is no bracket clamped around the tie rod and the cylinders are well up out of harms way.
However I have another concern with fitting the Top Gun set up to my 2005 Aussie (2003 US) F250 4x4 Superduty. That is I have an ARB Air Locker in the front diff and in turn have fitted an ARB Diff cover.
This Diff cover is thicker than the stock diff cover and I'm concerned that the section of the bracket which attaches to the axle housing (excellent idea) and utilises two of the bolt holes for the diff cover may not fit or would require modification
Have Top Gun or other members of the forum fitted the Top Gun Dual set up on a Superduty with an ARB or any other after market diff cover?
And if so; how was it done?
I'm really keen to get one of these kits as I see it as been the ideal design, but need some advice to the above concerns.
Aussie spec Brazilian built 2005 (US 2003) F-250 Superduty 4x4 7.3Ltr Powerstroke:
Donaldson (AIS) Intake with Zoodad, Cowl Hood, AIH deleted, DIY CCV & catch can, 26” x 3½” Cummins straight through muffler, MBRP Black Tip, Foil Delete, Old Man Emu (OME) HD rear spring set, Front leveler spring, OME Nitrocharger Dual Tower shocks front, OME Nitrocharger shocks rear, Tough Dog Steering Damper, ARB Air Lockers Front & Rear, V10 Tranny cooler in series with Stock Tranny cooler, Deep Tranny Pan, Extra Cooling rear diff cover, ARB HD Front Diff cover, ARB Bull Bar, Kymar Dual Spare Wheel carrier & Rear bumper, Edge Evo with Dash Pod & EGT pyro, Long Range Fuel Tank, OEM Style paint matched wheel arch flares, VMS in Dash GPS Street & Off Road Navigator, Toyo OPAT AT 305 70R 16” on 10” Rims.