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I know there are a few places out there that sell/make them, but which one is best and I see some are different thickness's.. Does this really matter? It also looks like custom-diesel.com has the best deal at $139 what do you think? And last ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 01-29-2013, 11:08 PM
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I know there are a few places out there that sell/make them, but which one is best and I see some are different thickness's.. Does this really matter? It also looks like custom-diesel.com has the best deal at $139 what do you think? And last question what is the best route to go for a leveling kit???


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I now see custom-diesel has a steering stabilizer and 2" leveling kit package for $219 this seems pretty good to me what do you think!?

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can anyone give me some input?? Is there any difference between this one from custom-diesel or an equivalent from ebay?

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BD steering stabalizer is my vote, I've had on on my old 2k Ram with a leveling kit. If you are planning to have the truck for awhile I would stay away from puck style leveling kits for the stock coils. They ride like a brick. If that doesnt matter to you then yes that will work good

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I have the custom diesel steering stabilizer on my truck w/6" lift.. works great ..Big difference in steering. ...

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Old 02-15-2013, 12:29 AM
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Thanks for the info guys I ended up ordering this off of ebay because it was the cheapest I could find and they seem to all be built the same.

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I got it on monday but haven't installed it yet, It looks great though and came packaged really nice haha. I'll have it installed in a few days and let you guys know how it is as I'm in the middle of doing some work to my truck.
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Dodge Ram Steering Stabilizer - Hell Bent Steel

http://www.hellbentsteel.com/product...ling-kits.html

What I got on my 9612v and its great!
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I'll have it installed in a few days and let you guys know how it is as I'm in the middle of doing some work to my truck.
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Hey guys, put my steering stabilizer in the other day and wow what a difference! It feels like a brand new truck and was a super easy install. Even while towing our flat deck car hauler loaded I noticed a huge difference
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Good to know, thanks for the update!
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If you are planning to have the truck for awhile I would stay away from puck style leveling kits for the stock coils. They ride like a brick.
HUH? a big advantage to using those pucks is that they retain the factory ride quality for cheap. how could adding a 2" spacer possibly change the spring rate of the spring?
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i got mine from custom diesel you can find them in the dieselpower magazines towards the end of the magazine the price is right and easy to put on

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