Steering Stabilizers

BigBruse

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So since then I’ve installed track bars front and rear as with the Mopar lift my axles were off center , which affected gas mileage as well. However as it stands right now with the fox steering stabilizer a year later I can pretty much take my hand off the steering wheel at any speed and it tracks straight as an arrow.
On installing your fox stabilizer did you have to adjust anything? I am just wanting to change out my factory one for the fox one. Anything special I need to know? I have a stock rubicon.

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On installing your fox stabilizer did you have to adjust anything? I am just wanting to change out my factory one for the fox one. Anything special I need to know? I have a stock rubicon.

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No adjustment is needed for a steering stabilizer swap , just simply bolt on
 

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So since then I’ve installed track bars front and rear as with the Mopar lift my axles were off center , which affected gas mileage as well. However as it stands right now with the fox steering stabilizer a year later I can pretty much take my hand off the steering wheel at any speed and it tracks straight as an arrow.
Did you ever find out what steering sensitivity measurement yet were talking about?
 

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I may have installed my Fox SS backwards (piston towards the wheel). Does the direction matter? :facepalm:
 

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I’m on my second @TeraFlex Falcon stabilizer. First one started leaking oil, second one locked up. Both less than 3 months old. On top of that they want me to pay the shipping to return it and will need to keep it two weeks to rebuild. Their lack of communication to help me isn’t all that impressive either. Needless to say I’m not a huge fan right now.
 
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