Originally Posted by kfdjason7620
Honestly, IF your suspension, and tires, and alignment are all good the stabilizer does absolutely nothing other than put a little resistance on the steering wheel
As long as you are driving on a perfectly flat, perfectly smooth road with absolutely no play in any joint, tierod, control arm, etc!
If not, when you hit a bump, it will oscillate the axle to perpetuate wear on all your joints, that a quality steering stabilizer would have prevented in the first place.
Originally Posted by rjpark36
You can go with a dual system, but as wmwhitey says, it will overwork your PS box.
I've heard this too many times on this forum.
Go out and take off the steering stabilizer, extend and retract it with your hands, then try and turn your tires by pushing on the side of the tires (with the key in the ignition but off). Let me know which one is easier. The steering stabilizers are made to dampen vibration
. They are VERY difficult to compress and rebound at a high rate, but offer little resistance when moving slow. If having even 4 steering stabilizers overworks your PS pump, then you have an unrelated problem, because the extra force is far less than 0.1% of the force required to turn the tires while stopped.