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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-09-2007, 05:36 AM Thread Starter
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steering stabalizer help choose ??

i have just installed my dana 60 and i have a set of dual skyjacker stabalizer shock off a dodge and i also have looks to be stock stabalizer (Shock) that came off my truck. now i have a 4inch lift with 35/12.5/16 wheels i need something to help keep on the road ???? how would i make the dodge shocks work they fit kinda long could i move the shocks in alittle to fit perfeck ??:Thumbup: :thanks:
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my 97 has no steering stabilizer, and isnt all that bad. i dont know of any kits for the obs tho
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Steering stablizers are usually weaker than shocks, but as u know I like to retro fit so as longe as the travel dosent bindup the steering arms you should be aok!

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thanks nelson alot i figured u would chime in i forgot to ask u the other day the straight axel is done and works great withour the sway bars yee haww
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