Unless you are running a ridiculously heavy E range tire there should be no reason any nominally built should ever need dual stabilizers. I’m on 37’s on my JL using the stock stabilizer and only plan to change when I put a real lift on it.Besides the price and part count, what’s the difference between the single stabilizer and dual stabilizer?
Mask, bandaid, whatever you want to call it, and I agree not to get one to fix steering problems, but if you’re on 35s or larger tires, a good aftermarket ss will make steering feel better on these new jls for sure. Just my .02....[/QUOTE The Falcon 2.2 stabilizer made my Rubicon drive better with a 33’s on it. I did not have any steering problems. But I put the falcon 2.2 on my Rubicon prior to the 315 70 17 tires and Mopar 2 inch lift. I wanted the ability to adjust the steering as I had on my grand Cherokee Overland. It was a big improvement over stock steering!
Appreciate the feedback! Don’t know if I’ll put a lift on, and thus probably no stabilizer at allUnless you are running a ridiculously heavy E range tire there should be no reason any nominally built should ever need dual stabilizers. I’m on 37’s on my JL using the stock stabilizer and only plan to change when I put a real lift on it.
Besides, when you think about it, all a stabilizer does is mask a steering problem.
Rough country markets to lack of experience. They are trash, almost everything they make is trash. I have seen rough country suspension and steering components fail at a faster rate than any other manufacturer. Dv8 rebrands rough country and e auto grills. Same boat.So is the Rough Country better than the stock stabilizer? I will gladly spend the money if it handles better at highway speeds.