Bilstein 5100 Series Steering Dampers are designed specifically to help you maintain complete command of your truck, van or SUV at all times. A 5100 Series Steering Damper equipped vehicle offers a much more controlled feeling, allowing you to get the true feeling of your vehicle and what it is capable of. Utilizing our proven design, the steering damper is able to dampen minute movements in the steering and reduce steering vibrations that naturally occur especially in older vehicles. These dampers are the least expensive and most effective upgrade to extend the service life of any vehicle out on the road today.
I have a 2011 jk 2 dr have a rubicon express steering stabilizer that came with relocation bracket will this work with bracket
Asked by Robert from Winter haven Florida on
Hello Robert, You will need to use the Rubicon Express stabilizer to fit there bracket. These Bilstein Stabilizers use the factory setup. If you have anymore questions feel free to ask, Thank you.
Answered by [email protected] from Winter haven Florida on
do i need a bracket for installing the 5100 series damper on my 2008 jeep wrangler unlimited
Asked by julio from los angeles on
Julio, You will use your old bracket to install the 5100 Series Steering Damper
Answered by Ken, ext4987 from los angeles on
I have a 2013 JKU Sport and I'm replacing the stock steering stabilizer. Do I need to order any brackets or mounting hardware with this stabilizer or will it re-use my stock hardware? Thanks,
Asked by Scott from Indianapolis, Indiana on
Hi Scott You will not need any other brackets for the 5100 Series Steering Damper. Thanks
Answered by LWiff ext 4804 from Indianapolis, Indiana on
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