Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by cegusman, Dec 19, 2001.
Any on runing a Trailmaster coil-over stering stablizer? How would you rate it?
Here's a '73 GMC Suburban - 502DFI
Trail Master PN 57201. I have one, and it does just fine. I might recommend the dual-kit if you are running big tires. I have 36" TSLs, and if I hit water on one side, the wheel still pulls with the single stabilizer on there.
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<font color=red>GOT MUD???</font color=red>
My license plate reads:<font color=blue> 8 YR SUV</font color=blue>
454/TH400/NP205 - 14BFF/D60/w/ 4.10s - 36" TSLs
Just ordered mine!!!
78 K5 Cheyenne 400 th350 203 stock nuthin' special (YET)
I rank mine right up there with sliced bread - My Blazer was impossible to control in high winds with the OEM unit, and a Rancho hydraulic wasn't much better. Ever since I added the coilover, that problem has disappeared.
......And knowing is half the battle
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