Steering Stabilizer

Hondo68

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Does this look right? Installed @ the dealer. I’ve logged 26k since October & appears to drive fine. It just looks odd.
 
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Hondo68

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Nope. Axle bracket is on upside down and shocks on outside should be on bottom of brackets.
Thx. I’ve seen plenty that don’t have these.
Do I even need them? IYO
 

Skibum1681

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I've put about 65,000 on my 17' with 35's and 2.5" level and did not adjust the caster. I have not had the death wobble.

I've put a combined 150,000 on a 2008 and a 2012 with 34" tires and no death wobble.

However I believe I have been fortunate to not experience it - yet.
 

JimmyG79

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stock steering sucks on the tremor. I installed the Fox 2.0 ATS stabilizer and have it adjusted to 10 clicks. Steering is now tight and tracks perfectly going down the road. Also the wheel will come back to center by itself after completing a turn.
 
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