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
I have a full traction 6" long arm kit on my 2004 Rubicon TJ. Will this work with that size of lift, or do I need a different stabilizer?
Asked by Desmond from Traverse City, MI on
Hello Desmond, The Pro Comp Suspension Steering Stabilizer Cylinder should work fine for your application. It is however just a basic steering stabilizer. With oversize tires i would recommend a monotube stabilizer like the Pro Runner Monotube Steering Stabilzer part # EXPZX2903 its a little more money but it is made for oversize tires and offroad use. I hope this helps you out.
Answered by Matt C EXT 4831 from Traverse City, MI on
I have a 06 rubicon with 4 in pro comp lift. Is the exp219200. the correct steering stabilizer.
Asked by tina from 21901 on
Tina, the Pro Comp Suspension Steering Stabilizer Cylinder will work on your 2006 Wrangler! I hope this helps!
Answered by Sara H. Ext 874 from 21901 on
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