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I'm assuming the factory one is a Tenneco/Monroe unit? Over the last 2-3mos I have noticed that I'm get a lot more road "feedback" and since I don't see any destroyed bushings etc I can only guess that the stabilizer can't handle 35s or it's blown out and I never found a speck of oil due to rain or something.

Anyhow, I'm not really interested in a double stabilizer or anything like that. I just need something good that will get me a little further down the road next time.

Thanks!
 

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Check out the Thuren Suspension web site. They sell a very nice one. King Steering Damper. I installed this one and it works great.
 

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King suspension makes good stuff, but its pricey. They make remote reservoir shocks too
 

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Bilstein B8 5100 Series Steering Stabilizers PN: 24-164870

I believe they are running $80 before discounts at summit. Rockauto has the B8 5100 duel stabilizer kit for $218.

Personally Bilstein is as good as it gets.
 

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I run Rough Country duel on my 2500, I’ve been very satisfied with it.
 

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I worry about the charged units being hard on the steering. I tweeted Bilstein yesterday, so hopefully they will say something too.
 

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Any update
Nothing from Bilstein US. I've been out of state visiting family and haven't had an opportunity to really dig deep. Hopefully tomorrow I can track down some answers.

Also, Summit shows that 53-264817 is the correct part number for the dual for a '16 and no singles. Any confirmation?
 

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Got verification from Carli today that the Low mount will work with a PW, but not a High Mount because of the unique sway bar.

Luke
 
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