correct alignment and a SS is not needed. it just helps dampen bump steer.
SS will mask death wobble until it fails though. some people think it fixes it and that is incorrect
Bingo! If the stars are in alignment, you don't need it. But if one thing is out of place, you'll wish you did.
With time as parts wear, you'll meet the wonderment of "death wobble". I met the wonderful experience in my Ram 2500 diesel mid turn at 50mph. It was violent and even spooked me. (I used to race motorcycles back in the day on GP courses) Nothing I could do except let off the gas and slow down until it recovered. I started to touch the brakes, but that only aggravated the situation. I drove my truck the 3 miles back home (under 40mph!) and parked it. Walked inside and ordered a new trackbar, rod ends, and damper. I'll leave mine on as a safety net. As I never wanna experience that again.
2010 - Unlimited Sport, Hella 500's on the windsheild. Hey it's a start!
1988 - Suzuki Samurai with a VW 1.6 turbo diesel, twin cases, SOA lift, YJ springs, onboard welder, and more
1999 - Dodge Ram 2500 cummins 4x4, 35's, 3" lift, 462rwhp "The tow truck"
2005 - Jeep Liberty CRD. APS converter, transgo shift kit, glasspack muffler, Diablo Power puck 27+ mpg
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