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TxFireman1972 06-05-2007 12:46 PM

Best Steering Stabalizer?
 
I want to replace the steering stabalizer on my 2000 Sahara (stock suspension). What would you go with?

Scout 06-05-2007 12:50 PM

First a quick question: Are you currently having any steering problems and that's the reason you want to replace it?

TxFireman1972 06-05-2007 12:55 PM

well I'm new to the Jeep thing so not exactly sure how much play is to be expected. I'm sure its the original one on there so firgured why not. LOL

JCS05Rubi 06-05-2007 01:04 PM

What do you mean by play? steering slop, pivoting on the zerk fittings etc?

4.0l sahara 06-05-2007 01:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TxFireman1972 (Post 88472)
I want to replace the steering stabalizer on my 2000 Sahara (stock suspension). What would you go with?

If you want a new one they really all are good.

skyjacker,procomp,ome,rancho and many more

Scout 06-05-2007 01:10 PM

First thing I would do before you buy a new steering stabilzer is to go get an alignment and get the tires rotated and balanced. Then you'll have a pretty clean slate to start with. After you do that then I'd look to replace your old OEM.

upinar 06-05-2007 01:30 PM

you can get a rough country or procomp stabilizer will all hardware include for 32 bucks on ebay with 8 dollars shipping. I run the rough country and i like it

4.0l sahara 06-05-2007 01:31 PM

x2:D on doing the alignment

1BLKJP 06-05-2007 02:29 PM

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Originally Posted by Simple Scout (Post 88485)
First thing I would do before you buy a new steering stabilzer is to go get an alignment and get the tires rotated and balanced. Then you'll have a pretty clean slate to start with. After you do that then I'd look to replace your old OEM.

Excellent post Scout. Maybe you are bringing sexy back. :D :D :D

Do what he said above and if you feel that you still need more stabilization up in the front end just go to Napa and get a Monroe Stabilizer. They are made by the exact same company that makes Rancho and they are 25 bucks cheaper. :D

Scout 06-05-2007 02:36 PM

Sometimes I don't know how I come up with this crap?!?! :D:D:D

whiteyj 06-05-2007 02:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Simple Scout (Post 88506)
Sometimes I don't know how I come up with this crap?!?! :D:D:D

You amaze us as well.:flipoff:

Scout 06-05-2007 03:00 PM

Thank you. :D

Dare2BSquare 06-05-2007 03:01 PM

But then, we are easily amazed!

Scout 06-05-2007 03:04 PM

Oh damn. Good one D2B2!

Scoob 06-05-2007 04:45 PM

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Originally Posted by Dare2BSquare (Post 88519)
But then, we are easily amazed!

Amazed or amused??


I run the Monroe. Bigger and better than stock, plus its cheaper. You can pic one up at most any auto store its Part number is SC2928


But with a 2000 Jeep I would not think you would need one already.

Tj Bunch 06-06-2007 12:21 PM

I put a rancho on my 2001 the old one was puking oil so i knew it needed replacing and it did help with some wobble but rebalace was the key to the wobble, LF tire was way out.....:)


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