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Rancho Steering Stabilizers Part #RS5413 Customer Reviews
10 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Jonathan P (Fairbanks, AK) Reviewed for a 2006 Ford F-250 — May 30, 2017 10:30 PM
With 168,000 miles on the original steering stabilizer, I upgraded to the Rancho RS5413 steering stabilizer. Installation was very straight forward, the included hardware was perfect. Had a little trouble getting the factory stabilizer out of there, a pickle fork would have been handy. I couldn't install the boot on there since it would rub on some lines, so I left it off. The ride was noticeably better, the truck no longer wanders on the roads. Definitely worth the money!
Reviewed by Robert R (GEORGETOWN, TX) Reviewed for a 2006 Ford F-350 — Aug 22, 2015 7:44 AM
This was a very easy install. Once the old one was off, the new one installed very quickly. all hardware was there. The boot was a little tight in the original location. Decided not to use to keep from rubbing on hoses.
Reviewed by Ron D (Carson City, NV) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford F-250 — Feb 22, 2013 10:04 AM
I wasn't sure if my old stabilizer was bad, and even after removing it seemed ok but compared to the Rancho replacement my old stabilizer was worn out. The F250 always had a inherent wheel shimmy if tire pressures wern't exactly correct. It even effected my ball joints so now with new ball joints and steering stabilizer the truck has no detectable shimmy at all.
Reviewed by Zach J (Portsmouth, VA) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford F-250 — May 14, 2008 7:03 AM
I bought the single stabilizer. The installation was fairly simple. However I am currently running 315/70 R17's and I don't think the single is enough. I can still feel some vibration in the wheel and would recommend the double for 34-35+" tires. Even with the single it still handles night and day better than the stock stabilizer.
Reviewed by Curt H (Marlborough, MA) Reviewed for a 2005 Ford F-250 — Oct 09, 2007 5:52 AM
I have a 2006 Ford F350 Crew cab with a 6.0 Power Stroke. My truck has a total of 10,500 miles to date with an irritating steering wheel shimmy that is getting progressively worse with time. I replaced the OEM shimmy damper with a new unit from Rancho. The installation was a snap yielding virtually no more shimmy when going over uneven pavement. My last truck was a F250 with the same specs as the F350 with the exception of the FX4 package that includes the Rancho damper and work just fine for 75K miles. It just tells you that the OEM damper and the shocks are junk. I will be replacing in the near future all the shocks with a new set from Rancho. It is disappointing that the EOM stock units are of such a poor quality! After all what to want for the money?
Reviewed by Brad H (Haughton, LA) Reviewed for a 2009 Toyota Tundra — Jun 13, 2007 5:04 AM
Great steering damper. Do not over tighten the nuts. 35 in lbs. is nothing. If you have problems go to gorancho.com You can get replacement parts. Again Awesome shock
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