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Steering stabilizer single or dual?

2018 F250 Lariat leveled with 37's, does everyone recommend a single in original oem location or dual setup. Also what brands(include part#) do you recommend?

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OneUpOffroad has a pretty slick setup for a aftermarket single; OEM style single replacements are out there; Duals look cool and can do a good job as well.



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I guess if I was buying another I would step up to dual while I was doing it
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I’m running a Carli levelling kit and got their OEM replacement single stabilizer. I’m running 35x12.5R20. My cousin has a BDS 6” lift and is using the same Carli steering stabilizer and he’s running 37x12.5R20 on his truck and there’s no slop in the steering wheel.

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I replaced my factory one with the FOX 2.0 Single. Its adjustable as well depending on how stiff you want it. It is pricey though.
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Well I ordered and recieved the fox 2.0 stabilizer for now and of course bad luck, it was missing the taper pin. And of course it was noticed after the old one was off. SMH

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Well I ordered and recieved the fox 2.0 stabilizer for now and of course bad luck, it was missing the taper pin. And of course it was noticed after the old one was off. SMH

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The Fox 2.0 ATS doesn’t use a “taper pin.” It uses a clamp that has 4 Allen bolts. I just installed this and I’m thoroughly impressed with it. What a difference!!

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Mine was not the ATS and it uses a taper pin. It definitely helped the truck as I got the replacement yesterday.

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