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Rancho Steering Stabilizers Part #RS5411 Customer Reviews
13 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Seth B (Elizabethtown, PA) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Silverado — Apr 12, 2015 6:00 AM
Reviewed by Ron B (Tucson, AZ) Reviewed for a 2001 Chevy Silverado — Sep 28, 2014 9:14 AM
AutoAnything had best price and as always fast shipping. Removal of old stabilizer was the most difficult task. I cut off old stabilizer rod at eye with 4" grinder and cut off wheel, then used pickle fork to remove bolt. Once old stabilizer was out of the way it went smooth. Great improvement over factory.
Reviewed by Taylor W (SATSUMA, AL) Reviewed for a 2005 GMC Sierra — Jun 21, 2014 4:36 PM
Reviewed by Greg T (Rayville, LA) Reviewed for a 2012 Chevy Silverado — Jul 05, 2013 2:32 PM
Purchased a Rancho steering stabilizer since it was suppose to be a direct fit for a 2012 Chevy 2500. This product is a direct bolt on but right turns are limited since the steering stabilizer bottoms out. Due to the limited ability to make right turns this product is useless on the 2500 Chevrolet. Don't waste your money because you will not be satisfied.
Reviewed by Michael C (Cleveland, VA) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy Silverado — Jun 23, 2013 12:17 PM
I had the steering stabilizer installed on my 2500 hd Chevrolet. Man what a difference it made! I was installing shocks on my truck. Thought I would go ahead and replace the steering stabilizer. It drives like a new truck! Didn't realize how bad the factory one was! Thanks again Rancho
Reviewed by Shawn G (Sioux Falls, SD) Reviewed for a 2015 BMW 5-Series — Nov 01, 2009 7:35 PM
Unit was easy to install, some difficulty reaching the space to loosen and tighten the bolt nuts on pre-exsiting steering stabilizer- due to the tight space under the engine. I haven't had a chance to drive on the highway with it yet, but I was satisfied with the four suspension rancho shocks I installed two months ago.
Reviewed by James S. D (Hemet, CA) Reviewed for a 2005 Chevy Silverado — Jun 15, 2009 11:34 PM
The hardest thing I encountered when I installed this stabilizer was removing the OEM stabilizer. The right side of the OEM stabilizer shock is held in place with a tapered pin that is permanently attached to the shock. Since there is no room on top of the stabilizer bar to whack this pin after removing the nut, I had to use a small crow bar to pop the pin loose. Once done, the Rancho shock went on without any drama. The good thing about the Rancho setup is that I only have to remove two nuts if the shock has to be replaced and do not have to mess with the pin. The difference in the ride is subtle. At first I was unable to tell the difference between it and the OEM shock. The difference became very apparent when I hit strong cross winds and bumpy roads. I no longer have the feeling that the front tires are wandering, especially when towing my 38' fifth wheel. I would recommend this stabilizer for all Chevy trucks!