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Old 06-10-2021, 08:51 AM   #1
scott123
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steering stabilizer

Singles opposite another or one dual set up?

I have been reading some older threads and as usual if you have one you are stupid and if you do not have one, well, you are stupid too. LOL

1969 SWB 4WD 383/350/205 w/ 6" lift and all new steering parts. (New box, new pitman arm, new ends everywhere.

The 10" wheels with General Grabber tires wants to follow every nook and cranny in the road. If the dip in the road leads to the ditch that is where the truck wants to go.

The stock stabilizer has to have a million miles on it and it needs replaced anyway.

I have used the stacked dual set up before but am seeing some that are two singles opposite of one another.

Thoughts?

Scott
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Old 06-10-2021, 09:28 AM   #2
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Re: steering stabilizer

Either will do the same thing...
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