Added this to match the shocks from the same series, and loved the control over my death wobble at the time, temporary problem. After solving DW I could not overcome the steering wanting to push left constantly and removed it to confirm it was steering stabilizer. Disappointed because it is a great stabilizer, but without it I can track straight without hands on wheel.
Awesome, 2012 JK 33x12.50x18 drives great..
I bought this stabilizer because my factory stabilizer was worn out. I couldn't believe the difference in the two. My TJ drives like a new one. Great product and easy to install.
I had really bad death wobble when I hit pot holes or braked hard on rough roads. Thought it was the trac bar so I installed a new adjustable trac bar (and a 4" lift w/ new 35" tires) but the lift just amplified the problem. I got an alignment (w/ caster adjustment bolts) and it helped a little with overall driving feel but didn't fix the problem. I ordered this stabilizer to match the shocks I installed with the lift. When I removed the old stabilizer I realized the eyelet was broken because the mount was too far toward the driver's side of the vehicle and it was getting over extended. I moved the mount and installed the new stabilizer and haven't had a death wobble since. Jeep feels much more solid. It says you have to buy the Stabilizer Kit (Part # RANRS5510) but I used the factory hardware and one washer that came with the stabilizer. Saved me $40.
is the rancho rs7000mt better then the fox racing 2.0.. my application is a 98 tj w/35" tires and 4"zone lift
Asked by tiny from on
Hi Tiny They are both very good quality, the Fox may be a little tougher as it is designed for racing specs. But both will do what you need. Thanks
Answered by LWiff ext 4804 from on
dose this steering stabilizer has neutral resistance between the right side and the left side will not pull to the right or left when driving down the road?
Asked by Brian from Toms River NJ. on
Brian, your steering stabilizer shouldn't have enough force to push the wheel one way or the other. I would recommend a hydraulic style steering stabilizer. This RS7000 MT has a high-pressure gas charge that separates the unit internal oil and nitrogen to provide additional spring rate. This helps to maximize damping response that dissipates heat for better control.
Answered by Jason L from Toms River NJ. on