Steering Stabilizers, yes, no? adjustable? what's best?

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I have had the Mopar 2" lift and 37s for about 600 miles now and noticing that it jumps around and feels less stable on the highway. Its not my daily driver and will be seeing off road time.

Wondering is a stabilizer what I'm looking for and if an adjustable one is preferred.

I've seen some good reviews of both the falcon and fox adjustable ones.
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Stabilizer not your problem, I just went through this. Do you have adjustable lower control arms on it? My Mopar 2” lift turned out to be more like 3 - 3.5 “ I had to put on front and rear adjustable track bars to center up the axles. They were off 3/4 inch. So being higher than 2” the longer control arms that come with the kit weren’t quite long enough. So I put on rough country adjustable lower control arms to run more caster ( +5.1 degrees). This fixed my wandering problem, drives great now. Back to your original question, both of those are great stabilizers, but I’m running the dual shock stabilizer from rough country, works great and a third of price. I got the information from other guys on this forum to remedy my rig, so I’m passing on the info. Hope this helps.
 
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Stabilizer not your problem, I just went through this. Do you have adjustable lower control arms on it? My Mopar 2” lift turned out to be more like 3 - 3.5 “ I had to put on front and rear adjustable track bars to center up the axles. They were off 3/4 inch. So being higher than 2” the longer control arms that come with the kit weren’t quite long enough. So I put on rough country adjustable lower control arms to run more caster ( +5.1 degrees). This fixed my wandering problem, drives great now. Back to your original question, both of those are great stabilizers, but I’m running the dual shock stabilizer from rough country, works great and a third of price. I got the information from other guys on this forum to remedy my rig, so I’m passing on the info. Hope this helps.
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Did you have a forum thread on the issue or a particular one that you followed to see everything and figure it out?
 

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I just took what everyone was saying in different post, and pieced it together. Got any questions just holler at me.
 

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I have had the Mopar 2" lift and 37s for about 600 miles now and noticing that it jumps around and feels less stable on the highway. Its not my daily driver and will be seeing off road time.

Wondering is a stabilizer what I'm looking for and if an adjustable one is preferred.

I've seen some good reviews of both the falcon and fox adjustable ones.
Above quotes are correct, for 99.9% of people the expensive stabilizer is a bandaid to the issue.” Make sure you have this update” pic. I do have the Fox ATS with a Metal Cloak Flip kit. If you off-road you will smash the stabilizer in its stock location and while you’re at it order the FAD skid as well. Money well spent.

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Above quotes are correct, for 99.9% of people the expensive stabilizer is a bandaid to the issue.” Make sure you have this update” pic. I do have the Fox ATS with a Metal Cloak Flip kit. If you off-road you will smash the stabilizer in its stock location and while you’re at it order the FAD skid as well. Money well spent.
Thanks! I've read about the relocation being desired for off road. I will definitely go with that if I get the stabilizer. I'm looking into the update, not sure if i have it.
 
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