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post #1 of 11 Old 12-25-2009, 11:04 PM Thread Starter
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Single vs Dual steering stabilizer

I am running High pinion D60's, 4" LA TF kit, 37's
What is the benefit of the dual stabilizer? Is the single sufficient

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post #2 of 11 Old 12-25-2009, 11:09 PM
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Single stabilizer is not only fine, but more beneficial IMO. A dual stabilizer may give you issues with clearance of other components as well as mask potential steering/ handling issues if they arise. Poly Performance makes a nice single stabilizer set-up that is top notch.

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if everything is in alignment, a steering stabilizer is not needed. the real only benifit to it is bump steer from hitting an occasional rock on the highway.


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post #4 of 11 Old 12-26-2009, 12:34 PM
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As stated above only a single stabilizer is all that is needed. If one dose not keep the front from shaking you have other problems. Keep the vehicle aligned and the tires balanced and you should be fine.

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Dual setup costs more and doubles the changes that you will smash it on a rock

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I have had both and there is no difference IMO. The only difference is the "bling" factor from a dual.


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I think with 37"s you should be thinking hydro-assist instead of a steering stabilizer.
You have the cash dropped in 60's so I assume you actually wheel it

The hydro assist would be better for your cash.
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I think with 37"s you should be thinking hydro-assist instead of a steering stabilizer.
You have the cash dropped in 60's so I assume you actually wheel it

The hydro assist would be better for your cash.
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You have 60's and your asking a lame question about steering stablizers. Maybe you should look into a Hummer.

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I think with 37"s you should be thinking hydro-assist instead of a steering stabilizer.
You have the cash dropped in 60's so I assume you actually wheel it

The hydro assist would be better for your cash.
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I think with 37"s you should be thinking hydro-assist instead of a steering stabilizer.
You have the cash dropped in 60's so I assume you actually wheel it

The hydro assist would be better for your cash.
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x2

You have 60's and your asking a lame question about steering stablizers. Maybe you should look into a Hummer.

I was hoping someone would say it...
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