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Installed the bds steering stabilizer tonight. Re balanced my tires and they all zero out. without any additional weight. Anyone looking for less vibration from mudders and a tighter steer. I would Definatly recommend a s/s install. I noticed a great improvement! Cheers!
Did you just drill holes in the crossmember? difficult?
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Did you just drill holes in the crossmember? difficult?
I believe this is exactly what he did....Id like to see damn pics and how it was done
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I will get you pics up. After taking a measure of the stabalizer fully extended and collapsed. The bds universal bracket was installed center of the rcx drop suspension cross member. Yes drill 2 holes 3" apart. Very easy and well worth the effort.
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I will get you pics up. After taking a measure of the stabalizer fully extended and collapsed. The bds universal bracket was installed center of the rcx drop suspension cross member. Yes drill 2 holes 3" apart. Very easy and well worth the effort.
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Will def want to see this
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Very interested in this also! Waiting on pics.
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Hey guys.....ive been a long time reader and finally a poster.....anyways. Fastnugly....im looking at copying your lift (6in RCX, Bilsteins 2.1, TGC 1.5) and ive been shopping around for wheels and tires. Im gonna run 20x9's and 37x12.50's......but im looking at diff offsets. I want a lil bit wider stance and plan on running fender flares or even the ram runner fenders and bedsides. Guess my question is....whats a good offset withoug being too far outside the fenders? If I go with the ram runner fenders and sides it will be a lil while down the road but flares will be added when doing the lift. What do u guys recommend flares, wheel offset wise??

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with flares i would recommend a -24 minimum
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Hey guys.....ive been a long time reader and finally a poster.....anyways. Fastnugly....im looking at copying your lift (6in RCX, Bilsteins 2.1, TGC 1.5) and ive been shopping around for wheels and tires. Im gonna run 20x9's and 37x12.50's......but im looking at diff offsets. I want a lil bit wider stance and plan on running fender flares or even the ram runner fenders and bedsides. Guess my question is....whats a good offset withoug being too far outside the fenders? If I go with the ram runner fenders and sides it will be a lil while down the road but flares will be added when doing the lift. What do u guys recommend flares, wheel offset wise??

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quik660, my lift has changed slightly.
I am not running as 6" lift, 1.4 Bilsteins and 1" rear coil spacer.

As for the wheels. I would run a 20x10, -24 offset on either a 37x12.5 or 37x13.5
This will get you flush with the flares or ran runner fenders

Anything less will be tucked in and you will not like the stance

Let me know if you have any questions or if you need pricing on all these components
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I had my truck at 3 different stages of lift and hope this can help others with their decision

6" RCX, 2.1 Bilstiens,
1" TGC Rear Coil Spacer,
37" Nitto Trails (20x9, 0 offset)


6" RCX, 2.1 Bilsteins,
1" TGC Rear Coil Spacer,
3" PA Body Lift
37" Nitto Trails (20x9, 0 offset)


6" RCX, 1.4 Bilstiens,
1" TGC Rear Coil Spacer
37" Nitto Trails (20x9, 0 offset)


6" RCX, 1.4 Bilstiens,
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325/60/20 Nitto Terra (20x10, -24 offset)

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