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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by begiles1, Jan 19, 2003.
which would be better for 35's? is it a waste of money to get the dual?
why do you want a stabilizer? what kinda axle you got? how much highway driving do you do? FILL OUT YOUR PROFILE please ;]
I'm putting 35's on soon, so I need to know if it would help out to get a new one or a dual setup. Its on a 10 bolt axle, about 90% pavement driving, wheeling on the weekends.
Stick with what ya got now. then when you put the 35"s on drive around for a day or so and if it doesnt feel safe then either get a new shock for the single setup (if the one ya got now is worn out) or get a dual setup.. If you dont need a stabilizer i wouldnt run one. i like it a lot better without one.
how about a single.... hydro ram? /forums/images/graemlins/laugh.gif
You should be fine with a single one. Some people like the look of the duals though.
What is the big diff between single and dual?
im running single on 35's i like it fine but i think when it goes out i will go to duals only for the looks and price at pepboys its only like 5 bucks more to get a dual set up
i had really bad DW /forums/images/graemlins/angryfire.gif The dual steering dampers fixed it great. but when one of them broke at the weld i could really feel the difference with it gone.. i'am going hydro ram cause i hate the dampers,(easy to damage and looks dumb. /forums/images/graemlins/smirk.gif.)
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