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top gunz customs dual steering stabilizer

i see that they have a new kit out for the 08s and 09s, the price is good and it comes with the bilsteins, has anyone installed one of these and is it worth getting one if you have a lift, does it really help the steering going over bumps and stuff.

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skter97....can't speak for the Top Gunz custom, but I have the skyjacker steering stabilizer. Going from a truck that didn't have one to one that does...huge difference in handling and control...
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Does anyone have the Skyjacker stabalizers?? Part #7254 I hate the red on them but I can replace the boots with black ones if they are worth buying

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Does anyone have the Skyjacker stabalizers?? Part #7254 I hate the red on them but I can replace the boots with black ones if they are worth buying
Check a couple of posts up....
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skter97....can't speak for the Top Gunz custom, but I have the skyjacker steering stabilizer. Going from a truck that didn't have one to one that does...huge difference in handling and control...
How big of a difference did you see? What specifically?

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The biggest notice for me was the lack of wheel shimmy and vibrations from the front end going down the road. Also, out on the trail....the bumps and ruts don't seem as harsh as they did before. Definitely a whole lot smoother on and off road with the stabilizer. Hope this helps.
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Hmmm, I didn't think they would make that much of a difference in those areas. Thanks for the info!

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I bought the exact one your asking about. I installed mine 2 nights ago and its really amazing, it took a lot of play out of the steering wheel and it just drives overall a lot better. well worth the money without a doubt. I swerve through traffic a lot quicker now

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