A steering stabilizer, also referred to as a steering damper, works like a shock absorber for your steering system.
The steering stabilizer is meant to protect the steering column – and your wrists – from whatever you are putting your tires through.
A good steering stabilizer can be found for around $50, which is much cheaper than replacing your steering linkage. Depending on your health insurance, it should also be cheaper than fixing whatever damage is done to your wrists. (Read Full Articles Here)
RS5000 Steering Stabilizer with 1987-06 Wrangler by Rancho
Your Price: $47.95
Rancho steering stabilizers are designed to improve vehicle control by reducing steering shimmy and driver fatigue. Stabilizers enable you to help protect your front-end suspension components and reduce tire wear. Stabilizer is standard eyelet style (eye holes on both ends). Shock boot has factory cut slots at the bottom and black bushings are painted white by Rancho. Extended length is 19-3/4 and collapsed length is 12. Kit includes: 1 stud, 2 washers, 2 nuts, 1 cotter pin, 1 sleeve, 1 red boot and zip tie.
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