The 2.0 Evolution Series IFP steering stabilizer helps take the load off your steering components and keep your tires tracking straight and true. Oversized offroad tires have a tendency to seek out traction in any direction. The large knobs and open tread pattern can cause your front end to wander on or off the road. They use our proven damping technology to provide a comfortable on-road feel and predictable off-road handling in a variety of conditions. The large 5/8 inch alloy steel shock shaft adds increased strength and rigidity. The shafts are NitroSteel? hard-coated to resist pitting and scratches that can damage shaft seals. Our Internal Floating Piston (IFP) separates the shock oil from the high-pressure, nitrogen charged gas chamber. The IFP eliminates oil aeration allowing maximum performance from the factory-tuned precision valving. Experience for yourself the added performance and precision control 2.0 Evolution Series IFP steering stabilizers deliver
So if I am going with a 3" lift and 35" tires, would it be better to use this stabilizer or part number: FOX980-24-986 . I ask this because the description on the evolution series stabilizer puts more emphasis on oversized tires than the listed part number I included.
Asked by Nathan from on
Nathan, the Fox Racing Shox 2.0 Evolution Series Smooth Body IFP Stabilizer and the other part number will both cause the Jeep to pull to the right if you are only running a 35" tire. You need upwards of a 37 to have these not cause any issues. If you want to have a Fox stabilizer the one that will not cause that is the ATS located here: http://www.4wd.com/Jeep-Suspension/FOX-2-0-Performance-Series-ATS-Stabilizer.aspx?t_c=1&t_s=509&t_pt=3270&t_pn=FOX983-02-070. Hope this helps!
Answered by Zach O. ext 4939 from on
Putting a 3" lift and 35" tires on my 2015 JK so I want to beef up the steering. What exactly is the difference between this stabilizer and part number: FOX980-24-986 . There is a $50 difference and I just want to know what it is.
Asked by Nathan from on
Hey Nathan, the Fox Racing Shox 2.0 Evolution Series Smooth Body IFP Stabilizer and the FOX980-24-986 and made of different materials and valved differently. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from on
do i need a bracket kit for this or does it fit in the stock brackets? thanks
Asked by Johnny from Palatine il on
Johnny, The Fox Racing Shox 2.0 Evolution Series Smooth Body IFP Stabilizer will bolt on using your existing mounts. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks!
Answered by Tom S. Ext. 4876 from Palatine il on
Bob Fox, founder of Fox Racing Shox, had a dream in 1957. That was to create a better shock absorber for dirtbike racing. From that dream Bob Fox built and grew Fox Racing Shox. Now Fox Racing Shox creates the type of performance shock absorbers that lead the Fox team to victory in the 2015 UTV World Championships and lead to the FOX Athletes dominating in the 2016 Mint 400. Fox has over four decades of experience manufacturing shocks that are meant to win in a variety of motorsports. Fox engineers take what they learn from dirtbike, mountain biking and drag racing and apply that technical knowledge to the development of off-road shocks. So Fox innovation and product support is top of the line. Shop Fox Racing Shox Now