Need advice for steering stabilizer

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19 JLUR with 35 inch tires and just installed the Teraflex 2.5” performance spacer Lift. Looking for recommendations for an upgraded steering stabilizer. I can spend up to $350 if needed but I don’t feel like I need an adjustable stabilizer for 35” tires.

Any insight on brands and models would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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You could just stick with Teraflex. They would work well together.
 

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I have the Teraflex adjustable stabilizer and tbh it’s wonderful. All 3 settings are noticeably different. Every day driving I use medium, if I’m highway only I use firm, if I’m feeling lazy then I use soft.

The best part is that the Jeep already had it on there from the previous owner
 

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Has anyone found a good way to mount the JL version above the tie rod? I've been considering the ATS but only if I get mount it out of the way of rocks.
You can purchase the JK version with the 1-5/8 clamp. We didn't have issues on our 2dr JL with stock draglink/tie rod, but we run fairly tall bumpstops with the coilovers.

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Did your steering start feeling loose after the lift? If so, it is more likely a caster issue. Steering stabilizer is not the cure.
Hey Carlton,

Steering doesn’t feel too loose. I had a 4 wheel alignment from an expert here that I trust. He corrected as much as he could but showed me how the spacer lifts on the JL still create a little angle to the right. It came out to .108 degrees overall and it’s in the rear only but I don’t feel like that’s what I’m feeling. .108 is basically nothing.

I think what I’m feeling is normal for 35” tires and no upgrades steering stabilizer....I hope haha.
 
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So I’ve seen a few replies about the Adjustable Fox Racing one. It looks super nice. Question, how difficult is it to install/adjust?
 

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Hey Carlton,

Steering doesn’t feel too loose. I had a 4 wheel alignment from an expert here that I trust. He corrected as much as he could but showed me how the spacer lifts on the JL still create a little angle to the right. It came out to .108 degrees overall and it’s in the rear only but I don’t feel like that’s what I’m feeling. .108 is basically nothing.

I think what I’m feeling is normal for 35” tires and no upgrades steering stabilizer....I hope haha.
Do you know what your caster numbers are?
 
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