I relocated my steering stabilizer to the trash can. Honestly, while they do serve a purpose they also like to hide potential steering component problems.
Running 37's I can still drive down the interstate with 1 hand on the wheel can control the Jeep just fine. I don't see how a steering stabilizer will help there at all. Its only purpose is to soften bump steer and relieve driver fatigue caused by undesired vibrations in the steering system. If you keep your tires balanced correctly, keep your alignment set correctly, and keep your steering components in good condition then there really isn't a major need for the steering stabilizer. I'd rather know immediately if something is out of whack in my front end than drive along in blissful ignorance until the problem has become bad enough to override the steering stabilizer.
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2008 Unlimited Rubicon: 37's, 3" Synergy Springs, Artec trusses, 5.38's, Winch, PSC/Poly Cage, Bumpers, TNT Alum belly skids, and other doodads
Last edited by Dutch; 12-02-2014 at 05:27 PM.