ORV Jeep Steering Stabilizers Customer Reviews
10 Customer Reviews
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Get the clearance to handle any off-road adventure without the bumpiness that accompanies larger tires. The ORV Jeep Steering Stabilizer dampens out the roughness of the highway and the vibration caused from riding on bigger wheels.
Built tough with D.O.M. (drawn over mandrel) tubing, your ORV Jeep Steering Stabilizer delivers longer life and reduced internal wear. And, the piston rod is polished and chromed to deliver the highest performance at every turn. Featuring the heavy-duty ORV Jeep Shock in a horizontal design, the ORV Jeep Steering Stabilizer delivers 150psi nitrogen—ideal for on or off-road driving. What’s more, ORV backs the Jeep steering stabilizer with a limited Lifetime Warranty.
10 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Jeffrey H (Cumberland Center, ME) Reviewed for a 2010 Jeep Wrangler — May 25, 2013 5:28 AM
Arrived quickly and installed in 20 minutes. My JK just hit 50,000 miles and I had been noticing a bit of front end "wander". This definitely helped. The improvement is subtle but noticeable. Gotta be one of easiest upgrades available !
Reviewed by Gary B (SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, CA) Reviewed for a 1998 Jeep Wrangler — Oct 24, 2012 9:05 PM
Once we were able to get the old factory stabilizer off (another story), the ORV installed in a snap and fit perfectly. The Jeep tracks much better and the death wobble has all but disappeared with only the slightest indication at a certain speed (other issues being investigated). Overall would highly recommend this device.
Reviewed by matt o (Waterford, MI) Reviewed for a 2010 Bugatti Veyron — May 22, 2012 9:08 PM
I have a 3 inch lift w/31's on an 03 tj, I figured the stock stabilizer should be replaced. Everything I saw on your site led me to believe it was a direct replacement. Apparently, not true. After measuring, it'll never fit. Overall, it's too long in compression and I'd lose steering range. Also, probably drag or bind unless I did a "high steer" kit or relocation bracket, which I wasn't aware I'd require, don't want or need. If I'd known the limit to limit specs, or over all dimensions, that'd been very helpful, but, I bought it, unpacked and played w/it so I own it. I learned something.
Reviewed by Mark Y (Fairless Hills, PA) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Silverado — May 11, 2010 6:10 PM
Your technical information was right on and the part fit correctly. The steering stabilizer was much better designed than the original factory piece of junk. Original diameter 1" and yours was 1.5-2" which was much stronger. Thanks again for making a part I would put my name on. Mark
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