I recently put on the Old Man Emu 4.5" lift on my 2010 Rubicon. It came with the steering stabilizer and worked great. Well, went on a poker run Saturday and unearthed a larger rock during a creek crossing. Bent the bar, ruined the shock.
I soon learned about what my friends call "death wobbles". Fortunately it only happened between 25 and 35 mph, but it was impossible to control and the only thing you can do is slow do a crawl and pull over.
I replaced it with a Les Schwab off the shelf stabilizer shock, but I also went from 34" (295s) to 37" tires. Well, within a mile of leaving the shop the death wobbles returned. They are going to get an Old Man Emu shock back in and swap out this smaller one.
My question is, does anyone know if you have to beef up the stabilizer even more now that I'm running 37" tires? Any insight would be appreciated.