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post #1 of 3 Old 01-17-2012, 08:42 PM Thread Starter
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Ok, I am debating purchasing the fox 2.0 steering stabilizer to accommodate my 2.0 shocks and rk mid arm 3.5 inch lift. It is a DD with a bit of highway travel every now and then and I want a stabilizer to help with the added height and weight especially o tighten up my steering. Not afraid to spend over 100 bucks for a stabilizer because I don't wheel a lot. Would this be a good fit to my setup that I currently have?
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Waste of money is my opinion.
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A budget 30.00 one from any auto parts store will do just fine. If you are trying to mask a wobble then you have other issues.

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