The ES2000 steering stabilizer is specifically engineered to improve handling characteristics and to reduce wheel vibration, which leads to suspension component fatigue and failure. Helps reduce bump steer problems caused by oversized tires and / or rough roads.
Great bolt in replacement and works perfectly. Way better than those others that you have to modify to install. This is the right way to go.
This stabilizer was recommended as a replacement for oem 2012 Powerwagon steering stabilizer. The truck has 10k miles and no problems other than needing a new stabilizer after I bent OEM stabilizer while off roading. I got the first death wobble after about a month I put it on. After hearing some recommendations and negative oppinions about this one I decided to put on Carli's stabilizer. When I took it off I relized it leaked (I have a skid plate under it and it was covered in some sort of oily liquid) and when I tried quickly moving the piston back and forth it felt like it had a half an inch gap before it fully engaged. Carli's stabilizer looked heavier duty and better quality. It also had more dampening and would actually push the piston back. Don't be cheap and get a quality shock/stabilizer so you don't have to go through the same thing. It's been about a month and 1k miles - no death wobble. By the way, 4wheel parts store was great and although they didn't have to they listened to me and gave me my money back in store credit.
This unit needs to be slightly longer to bolt in place of the stock unit. If not, the main body which is fat will rub against the track bracket. 4 wheel parts are good about replacing it but plan on doing that often. If you adjust the bracket on the other end you can make it fit better but the shock then is in harms way and will suffer clearance issues. I would spend the money on a better unit that is either longer or thinner and be done with it.
Does this shock fits an 87 suzuki samurai?
Asked by Ivan Cumpian from Tamaulipas, MX on
Hello Ivan The EXP220230 will fit your Samurai but it will require a mounting kit part # EXP2508. This mounting kit has a bracket that clamps around the axle on 1 side and the has a bracket that clamps onto the tie rod. It is a very simple bolt on installation. If you already have the brackets on the Samurai and you just need to replace the cylinder the EXP220230 should work fine. It has a stem type mounting on both ends. Thank You for your question. Jon Snyder 4Wheelparts
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What is the compressed and extended length for this steering stabilizer? The compressed length on my 1991 Comanche is 15 inches, and extended is 24 inches.
Asked by Steve from on
Hi Steve, This stabilizer from Pro comp has a compressed length of 12.71" and extended its 19.91". Thank you for your inquiry, hope this helps.
Answered by Jim G Ext 4806 from on
Is there a boot to go with this damper?
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Hello Jim, Any of the Pro Comp Poly-Vinyl Shock Boots will fit. Please type "Shock Boot" in the large search bar at the top of the product page. This will result with every color we offer. Thank you.
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