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    Dual stabilizers on YJ....

    Has anyone ever seen dual steering stabl. mounted horizontialy opposed on a YJ like seen on the TJ ?

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    Like this?

    Or this


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    Re: Dual stabilizers on YJ....

    i have not seen them opposed. you mean like one mounts at the driver's side and one at the passenger side and then both in the middle?
    no more jeeps at this time. next time it will be a cj with a v8

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    Re: Dual stabilizers on YJ....

    You only need one. If you think you need more there's a problem elsewhere.

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    Dual would only need to be done if u where to have a heavy frount load like a snow plow or a v8 swap other wise its useless on something so light

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    Re: Dual stabilizers on YJ....

    From what Ive read, I agree. Some off road mag years back discussed this once, and as said above only one is needed in all but the most extreme cases (like 2 1/2 ton rockwell axles). They said all those show trucks you see with multiple shocks are only usually using one, the rest have been drilled and drained of their fluid and are just dummy shock for looks.

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    Re: Dual stabilizers on YJ....

    To JPNinPA....like the second pic. The TJ. I like that look of the stabilizers opposed each other rather then stacked, and it really is for looks. I have a garage queen with 7 inches of combined lift. I like the look of the dual but agree that only one is really needed.

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    Re: Dual stabilizers on YJ....

    Yep..... like on the TJ

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    Re: Dual stabilizers on YJ....

    Really! thats awesome....Whats a hot link? LOL...

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    Re: Dual stabilizers on YJ....

    I know, but I spent this much, why stop now!!!

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    If you look close at the pic those are from superlift.
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