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Skyjacker Hydro 7000 Steering Stabilizers Part #7240 Customer Reviews
6 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by John W (NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA) — Sep 14, 2016 2:00 AM
I love Skyjacker products. I have bought them in the past for my jeep and now for my Bronco. I will only buy Skyjacker suspension products due to the fact that they proclaim Jesus.
Reviewed by Mkke J (Port Saint lucie, FL) Reviewed for a 1996 Ford F-350 — Aug 09, 2016 7:00 AM
Nice shocks unfortunately they are a stacked set up not horizontal as shown but not a big issue. The bigger issue is they say for a 3 to 6 inch lift but they instructions tell you if you have a 6 inch you have to custom fab brackets. Due to lift if you weld bracket to frame then the stabilizers bolts hit the leaf Springs. I drill 2 holes in bracket and used a ubolt and mounted around the leaf until I can weld up a custom bracket so the stabilizers are level and not on an awkward angle
Reviewed by Michael M (Virginia Beach, VA) Reviewed for a 1994 Ford F-250 — Mar 10, 2011 5:41 AM
I bought the Skyjacker Stabilizer Kit, after I ordered the Rancho kit, and found out that the Rancho wasn't long enough for my truck. This kit was super easy to install, and made an incredible difference in ride. Even makes looks superb!
Reviewed by Johnathan M (Jacksonville, FL) Reviewed for a 1988 Ford F-150 — Jan 11, 2011 9:40 AM
I put this dual steering stabilizer kit on my 88 F-150. I have a 8" susp lift along with a 3" body on 40" tires on 14" wide rims. My truck is going to have poor steering, I'm content with that. These steering stabilizers didn't help much with the constant struggle fighting my steering wheel, which I will continue to have with such wide tires, but I noticed a HUGE difference in the sudden "jerk" in the steering wheel due to potholes, grooves in the road, etc. I have also noticed the steering is alot tighter in the corners than before. Before the skyjackers, I had a dual set of procomps, but I did not make the modifications I did with the skyjackers. I had to weld two of the drop brakets together to fix the geometry of the steering stabilizers (strait across rather than at a severe tilt). Aside from that, the procomps were over five years old and didn't seem to hold up to the quality that the skyjackers offer from what I have noticed already. I love this product and recommend it to everyone with an extreme lift, even if you have to make additional modifications like I did.
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