Fabtech Steering Stabilizer
- Uses same twin tube hydraulic construction as Performance shocks
- Reduces front-end shimmy caused by adding oversized tires
- Most kits come with heavy duty brackets for a quick installation
- Available for most vehicle as a single or dual kit
- Works with aftermarket & factory suspension systems
A Fabtech steering stabilizer is a great way to enhance your truck's performance after adding oversized tires. Fabtech steering stabilizers are ideal for off-roading, towing and or just driving down the street.
Adding a single or dual steering stabilizer to your truck will reduce wheel shimmy, bump steer and vibration associated with trucks that have oversized tires and wheels. Steering stabilizers can also help reduce driver fatigue.
Fabtech includes brackets with most kits to make installation easier on you and these steering stabilizers are built using their tried and true Performance series shock absorbers – one of the best-selling shocks on the market!
Fabtech steering stabilizers are covered by a limited lifetime warranty to ensure you are satisfied with the quality, order a kit for your truck today!
Product Reviews Summary
|Price / Value||5.0|
|Ease of Installation||5.0|
|1 Customer Review|
Part #: FAB-FTS8002 Posted on
|Love this thing, makes a world of difference with 33” tires on my lifted Tahoe|
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Fabtech provides a limited lifetime warranty to the original retail purchaser who owns the vehicle on which the product was originally installed for defects in workmanship and materials.
The limited lifetime warranty excludes the following Fabtech items; bushings, bump stops, ball joints, tie rod ends, limiting straps, cross shafts, heim joints and driveshafts. These parts are subject to wear and are not considered defective when worn. They are warranted for 60 days from the date of purchase for defects in workmanship.
Fabtech steering stabilizers are designed to enhance your existing suspension, there is no cutting or other modifications required to ensure a proper fit. We recommend having your alignment checked after installing any new suspension upgrades and adjusting your headlights if you have altered your ride height.