The ES2000 steering stabilizer is specifically engineered to improve handling characteristics and to reduce wheel vibration, which leads to suspension component fatigue and failure. Helps reduce bump steer problems caused by oversized tires and/or rough roads.
I replaced the front suspension on my project jeep and removed the stabilizer at the same time. The problem arises when you come back a month later and put the stabilizer on, and have to figure out where to position the stabilizer. Make sure the bracket on the steering link clears the front transfer case as you turn the wheels, otherwise you could have a nasty suprise.
By Steve from Marana Arizona
EASY TO INSTALL AND WAS EXACTLY THE PRODUCT I WAS SEARCHING FOR
By MOJO from MESQUITE,TX
This product was easy to install in the stock position
How do you prevent the U bolts from rubbing on the front pumpkin plate. When you pull it out half way which is where I figure it should be the bolts rub on the front end cover. I've cut them down but it still rubs. Put it to one side or the other and it cuts your steering radius??? 83 jeep cj 7.
Bo from Lake Butler, fl on
Rotate the bracket on the tie rod tube up or down. The stabilizer doesn't need to be perfectly flat when mounted. You can also have the L part of the bracket turned so the u-bolts are under the shaft for more clearance.
Rody from Lake Butler, fl on
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