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Which would you do first? I have 37x12.5 tires and really only have the $ to do one at a time. Truck now has 79000 miles and stock steering stabilizer and tie rod ends, drives fine and have never had DW or even a hint of it. just want to tighten the steering up a bit. Lemme hear your opinions!
One of the first things I did was add the shocks for the ride (to help smooth the ride over the expansion joints on the freeway)---admittedly I didn't know about the steering stabilizer 5 yrs ago. I did put one on when I basically reworked the entire front end 2 yrs ago (ball joints, steering stabilizer, hubs, brakes, etc). I would say if the front end is still good-no slop in it, I'd go for shocks.
'06 2500 SLT Mega 4x4, Timbrens, Icebox, Amsoil By-Pass, GDP MK-2 & Big Line, Aero 4040XL, DiPricol Optix Gauges, Bilstein 5100, New front end goodies (ball joints/etc), EBC Sport Rotors/7000 Green Pads---- Sold.
I am not using a steering stab and like how it feels alot better than compared to when I was running one
04 QC/LB, 4WD, 305/555 HO CTD, 6" Lift, 37x13.50 Toyo Open Country MT on 20x10 BMF SOTA 8, MBRP 5", GDP Power-Flo, GDP Air Boss, GDP Grid Delete, IceBox Intake, Air Dog 150, ATS Pulse Flow Manifold, BD Special, SMARTY SR POD, ARP Head Studs, T&C WILD Fuel Rail, T&C CPRV, II Dragon Fire 85% CP3, II 100HP Nozzles, Edge CTS Monitor, Built 48RE Trans
I installed the brace first then the bilsteins. I honestly couldn't tell you because my steering wasn't terrible when installed. I beleive it has been an important factor making it all last this long though. If one at a time yes do the brace. PSC's are like 130 or 140 last time I checked. My dual bilsteins were like 240.
__________________ 2010 CCLB F350 King Ranch - Sinister EGR Delete, Coolant filter - No Limit Intake - CCV Mod - Mini Max HD300 - 4" flo pro duals
1/4 mile 13.1 @100 spinning in 4x4
anybody have the part number for bilstein 5100 series shocks for a 6inch lift kit.. i have an 06 mega cab i have the front bilsteins already got them from the original seller.. well i have the cheap white shocks that come with lifts usually and i was at the local quick trip looked down and my shock was hanging down broke off at the shaft.. dam cold weather and rain during the winter froze i guess..
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