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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-25-2008, 09:49 AM Thread Starter
 
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Leveling Kit?

Recently I put on a leveling kit and some 315/70/R17 BFG A/T's on my '07 F-250 FX4. Now between about 40-55 MPH my steering feels a little slopy and going down the highway i can feel every bump in the wheel. I already got it aligned. Is this just what is't gonna feel like, or do I need another steering stabilizer?
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I would invest in a dual steering stabalizer. should fix your problem.

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my help but probably wont fix. a after market single is plenty for a 35" tire. if you are using the stock stabilizer it doesn't have the stiffer valving required for the added weight of the 35"s.

If you want to go for the look of duals then do it but a single replacement should be enough.. also some tires just have a soft feel to them Goodyear MTRs give you the same affect of vibes threw the steering and a sloppy feel. also check your pressure.
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