Fox 2.0 Performance Series IFP Steering Stabilizer 985-24-173 - Install & Review

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Thanks for this. Looking at this same setup.
 

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What are the torque specs for the bolts on this?
 
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What are the torque specs for the bolts on this?
I used the stock jeep specs. There is a thread on them. Here is the link.
https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/forum/threads/torque-values-for-jeep-jl-wrangler.17791/
Part |Nm |ft. lbs. | in. lbs. | Comments
Drag link inner nut (at pitman arm) | 105 | 77 | - |
Drag link outer nut (at steering knuckle) | 64 | 47 | - |
Drag link adjuster clamp | 46 | 34 | - |
Tie rod end nut (at steering knuckle) | 64 | 47 | - |
Tie rod end adjuster clamp | 46 | 34 | - |
Steering damper bolt (at axle) | 80 | 59 | - |
Steering damper nut (at tie rod) | 80 | 59 | - |
Steering damper bracket nut | 75 | 55 | - |
 

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I'm getting tired of watching videos where they blatantly don't torque fasteners correctly or even mention it..... Buy a torque wrench and do things properly; or don't DIY.
 
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I'm getting tired of watching videos where they blatantly don't torque fasteners correctly or even mention it..... Buy a torque wrench and do things properly; or don't DIY.
The instructions didnt give any torque values. I just used the stock torque values listed in that thread I posted previously. If they give torque values with the instructions, I normally post it. Thanks for the feedback though. I will work on that for next time.
 

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The instructions didnt give any torque values. I just used the stock torque values listed in that thread I posted previously. If they give torque values with the instructions, I normally post it. Thanks for the feedback though. I will work on that for next time.
Thanks for the great video and review - also for your professionalism in your post.
 
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