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Steering stabalizer question

Discussion in '1969-1972 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by ED70K5, Nov 14, 2001.

  1. ED70K5

    ED70K5 1/2 ton status

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    My stock stabalizer was trashed a long time ago and its time to replace it. I lost the old one and wanted to know if any of you guys new the length of the stock replacement stabalizer, so I can order a new one. I know any part store should have a part# for my application, but I want to use the length so I can double check with the salesperson. I hate to have to be mailing back parts, cause they sent me the wrong length. Thanks for any help you all can give me!!

    Blazin' in TEXAS!
     
  2. JBOY

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    just recently put on a whole new kit, Rancho # RS97500 according to the box.

    tip to tip is 20"

    -John

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  3. ED70K5

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    Now was this just a replacement cylinder?? Or did it come with new brackets or mounting hardware?? I was just looking to replace the stock one, which would go on the stock mounts.

    Blazin' in TEXAS!
     
  4. JBOY

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    yes, that was the whole kit, brackets included. i'll have to check if there's a number stamped on the cylinder itself and get back to you.

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