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Reviews: FOX 2.0 Performance Series ATS Steering Stabilizers

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FOX 2.0 Performance Series ATS Steering Stabilizers

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5.0
Fox 2.0 ts stabilizer

Didn't go too big with tire upgrade but the heavily recommended fox steering stabilizer is awesome!!


By Anonymous from Fort myers, FL | 7/31/22  
1.0
Do Not Buy

I installed this stabilizer about 6 months ago on my 2022 F350 and it has since broke. The bolt that connects the stabilizer to the mount stripped. I followed the installation guide to a T and it only took about 3,000 miles of on-road use to fail. Fox does not stand by their product and are requesting I buy a new mount and hardware. I do not recommend this product. Do not buy.


By GSchnieder from Sparks, NV | 6/14/22  
5.0
F-250 death wobble

Received the product in good time, and fit like it was designed!


By David from West Texas | 10/18/21  
5.0
Fox 2.0 TS

The mounting bracket to the axle may need some adjusting to lineup.


By Curt from Nashville, TN | 8/9/21  
5.0
Installation

Easy to put on but had to cut the bolt from one side of the old one to get it off.


By Anonymous | 5/25/21  
1.0
Leaks after 8 months of light use.

Rubber bushings have deteriorated, and the reservoir is leaking. Fox's warranty is abysmal. Will be looking at other brands.


By NoToFox from Savannah, Ga | 8/28/20  
5.0
Fox - Don't Settle for Less

Exactly what I expected. Happy with the purchase.


By King Mopar from Green Bay, WI | 7/10/20  
5.0
Fox 2.0 TS Steering Stabilizer

Easy installation, and helped take a shimmy out of the front end while running 35s.


By Hickory from New Mexico | 5/19/20  
5.0
Excellent product, poor instructions

The vehicle was a 2012 Rubicon with a 3.5" AEV Lift and 35" Procomp tires. There was a good amount of bump steer going on. After installation this was corrected. I believe I set the valving at 7 clicks out from maximum. The photos in the instructions are very poor and even being an expert mechanic the only way to figure out proper installation was to see "how it could fit". Clearly the instructions are based on someone who already knows how to install it vs could a gradeschooler understand this. Also it is impossible to remove the stock stabilizer mount on the tie rod without a torch to heat and open it up enough to clear the body of the tie rod because the mount is factory slid on before the tie rod ends are screwed on.


By Mike from Rohnert Park CA | 2/24/14