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Old September 23rd, 2012, 11:08 PM
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What kind of stabilizer - mfr / model?

You gonna use dual setup?



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Russo, jst don't get this setup...

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Saginaw swap soon for sure. I'm going to have 33x12.50's on ten wides and possibly spacers..
I think that's the style I have, but I'm not sure. I will be sure to check if it causes an issue once installed.

Here's a picture of em, they make a couple different styles that mount differently so I'm not sure if these are the same as in the video.


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Looks like it might be, but you know what to keep an eye out for. My thought would be to try and keep the stabilizers as level as you can, so they don't have as much an oppourtunity to move up or down.


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Will do. I notice the one in the video twisted so bad because the stabalizers were pulling the drag link up with the shocks as soon as the steering was coming back to center.
If the stabalizers solid mounting were dropped a couple inches the issue would likely become a lot better.


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