CARLI SUSPENSION 23+ FORD F250/350 4X4 LOW MOUNT STEERING STABILIZER WITH DIFF GUARD

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Empathize with truck owners by recommending the CARLI SUSPENSION 23+ FORD F250/350 4X4 LOW MOUNT STEERING STABILIZER WITH DIFF GUARD for minimizing resonation and combating front end issues like death wobble. This improved version boasts a custom valve profile, stainless steel design, and adjustability for larger aftermarket wheel and tire combinations. Plus, it's fully rebuildable and bolted into the factory location to prevent trail damage.

So why the low-mount? 2 Stabilizers is better than one, simply put. This is a general statement – sure, but it applies when looking at OUR product. The high mount braces the Drag link (upper steering linkage bar connecting the passenger side wheel to the pitman arm) close to the pitman arm, itself. The wheels/tires are pretty far from the point of stabilization. Think about it as though you’re trying to control someone’s hand movements by holding their bicep.

With a good enough shock and enough valving, this is doable but adding a second stabilizer to the tie-rod (steering bar connecting Driver and Passenger knuckles) eases the load on the upper stabilizer while providing damping at the mid-point between the two tires further from the steering gear itself. The Low-mount steering stabilizer would actually provide a better feel than the high mount if you’re only going to run ONE stabilizer. Also, this is not limited to lifted/leveled vehicles and can be run on ANY Super Duty with a stock tie-rod.

If both stabilizers are run, one stabilizer per steering bar (Drag link and Tie-rod) means there’s no flop/rocking in the steering, the steering dampers work in every direction (The lower stabilzer dampens left and right, upper stabilizer dampens left/right AND angular load into the gearbox). This optimizes control of larger aftermarket tires while minimizing steering wheel feedback (rocking of the wheel when you encounter a bump). Lastly and perhaps most important for those seeking adjustment, the stabilizers run a true opposing setup; they effectively push against each other. The High mount pushes toward the driver’s side when pressurized and low mount pushes toward the passenger allowing infinite adjustability for whatever radial pull one may encounter.

For you “thru-shaft” stabilizer fans, running BOTH stabilizers eliminates the shaft fluid displacement issue the thru shaft was designed to combat. Running both stabilizers parallel ensures that the fluid displacement when turning thanks to the shaft entering the stabilizer body is offset by the same amount of shaft leaving the body of the other stabilizer. Additionally, with our dual setup, you have the ability to dial in nitrogen pressures to combat tire pull VS. cranking the adjuster on a thru-shaft stabilizer until the pull disappears leaving you with overly tight steering with massive under-steer that won’t return to center.