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Old 02-17-2014, 01:35 PM   #1
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Single or dual sterring stabalizer?

I'm about to buy a new steering stabilizer because my stock one is shot. Which one is better? Single or dual. Ive seen most people swear to either one but never really have a good reason to have a dual. Is there a difference in the two?
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Duals are a waste of money. I haven't even been running any stabilizer for around 8 months. Just get a single.

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Single. A HD gas SS will have about the same or better dampening than a dual setup. Do you off road the jeep ?
You should look at raising it over the toe rod.
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I off road it every now and then.. And it has a small lift on it now.
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Single. A HD gas SS will have about the same or better dampening than a dual setup. Do you off road the jeep ?
You should look at raising it over the toe rod.


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duals are for Bro's in lifted F350's
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I'm about to buy a new steering stabilizer because my stock one is shot. Which one is better? Single or dual. Ive seen most people swear to either one but never really have a good reason to have a dual. Is there a difference in the two?
I agree. People who run multiple Steering Stabilizers are often trying to cover something up. Whether it is bump steer or death wobble. If your suspension is properly set up and maintained, a single stock OE or OE replacement stabilizer will work just fine.

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The fox ats works as a dual ss but it's one. Hope this makes sence
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One .... Or 10 better ^
this had to be done as a joke at some shop that had a bunch of old shocks laying around. dear lord I count 26 total and most of them are stuffed so maybe 1" of up travel and 12" of downtravel except it takes 10 minutes for the axle to actually drop
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One .... Or 10 better ^
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over the toe rod.
toe rod? I need to get one of those.
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The big toe rod. Not the little one
Does this help one's body stability? Because I could use some help in that department.

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