Skyjacker 8000 Steering Stabilizer (Cylinder Only, No Hardware- Black with Black Boot)
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Make sure you measure the length properly so that the piece fits your one-ton Dodge truck properly
I'm not certain what an '06 F will look like The F-150 I used to try it out didn't do it The 250 SD is not intended for the original mounting location and hardware to mount it is not included with the product. The OEM is still running. My chances of getting one from Bilstein are likely
According to my understanding, there are two separate sets of settings. Yet they would definitely work with a dual-capacitor system as well
There is a special kit for Bilstein stabilizers. A hardware kit to go with the 8000 couldn't be found
Selected User Reviews For Skyjacker 8000 Steering Stabilizer (Cylinder Only, No Hardware- Black with Black Boot)
This stabilizer was a great replacement for my skyjacker 7000 steering stabilizer that lasted for a long time but finally gave Initially I wanted the monotube, but they were a little expensive, so I went with the black max instead. They bolted right in and the steering is now back to normal.
Taking the wondering out of the equation is stable. My only complaint is the price, but I would buy it again if I were you.
The seller does not include all the parts with it, so it is incomplete.
I bought it 7 months ago, and it did a good job for the first few months. But I noticed oil stains all over the damper when I was under the truck. It appears that some point it had failed. Would have been nice if I had seen it earlier so it could have been replaced under.
STEERING CENTER MAXES OUT WHEN THE VEHICLE IS STEERING OUT. ARE NOT ALLOWED TO TURN RIGHT.
It is AMAZING how well my skyjacker black max steering shocks work!.
The location of the stock worked great. We made it a dual kit by creating a custom bracket.