Skyjacker Silver 9000 Steering Stabilizers Customer Reviews
47 Customer Reviews
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Whether you're driving down a chewed up street or barreling over rocky badland trails, rough roads can make your ride shimmy and shake like an over-caffeinated break dancer. But, when you ride with a Skyjacker Silver 9000 Steering Stabilizer, your ride's handling gets buttery smooth even on the most punishing pavement and gnarliest off-road routes.
Like a heavy-duty shock absorber for your steering wheel, Skyjacker 9000 Silver Stabilizers dampen away the bumps, leaving your helm feeling secure, responsive and practically free from vibration. Plus, they're custom designed for a bolt-on fit, so you can easily upgrade your stock stabilizer or add a new stabilizer if you don't already have one.
Ideal for trucks and SUVs running with a lift or oversized tires, Skyjacker 9000 Series Stabilizers have the backbone to survive punishing conditions on and off paved roads. They're finished with a sleek silver finish and come with a black dust boot (depending on your vehicle). And, Skyjacker backs your Silver Steering Stabilizers with a Lifetime Warranty.
47 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Steven C (Louisburg, NC) Reviewed for a 2007 Dodge Ram — Apr 14, 2014 8:28 PM
The 9213 takes a bit more effort to install than the Pro Comp dual stabilizer system I had on the truck. You have to drill 4 holes in the axle brackets to mount the stabilizer brackets. Not a huge deal but a bit of an awkward position to drill from since you have to lay on your side and hold the drill at about 45 degrees. Not a deal breaker for me but something to consider if you're looking for just a bolt on with no fitting or drilling. Performance on the road is good. Happy I made the swap.
Reviewed by Erin B (SANTA FE, NM) Reviewed for a 1987 Toyota 4Runner — Mar 21, 2014 7:54 AM
Same price as the lower model, technically I pieced together my suspension lift but I do run Skyjacker soft springs in the rear - this stabilizer (or dampner, since it's a shock for your steering wheel) works brilliantly - over bumps and washboard roads, my steering wheel doesn't bounce and jerk anymore. I could actually drive one handed on the highway while it was windy - plus you don't have to remove your stock stabilizer/dampner (on my rig at least) so I have two!