Bringing this post back up ,I have just over 1,200 miles on my 2018 2500 , I thought it was just me getting used to the steering coming from a 1500 and 17" wheels to a 2500 with 20 inch wheels ,but I guess not . Someone prior stated it was an easy DUI probable cause issue , funny thing is , I'm a retired cop and that's the first thought that went through my mind ! Anyone have any new opinions on these gadgets ? Thanks in advance
sector shaft braces are generally a good idea with live axle vehicles. if nothing else, it's another brace that ensures the sector shaft (the shaft extending out of the steering box) is reinforced at the top (where your steering box bolts to the frame) and at the bottom of the shaft below the drag link. so yes, i'd say its a very good idea. especially with larger wheels (18 or 20" heavier wheels).Admittedly, I didn't read all 13 pages on this thread, but for those of you that have done both, which is of greater benefit....the steering brace or an upgraded steering stabilizer shock? I live off grid in a truck camper on bad trails about 4 months of the year, looking to have a bot more control of the wheel, and also eliminate any type of failure in my rig.