Skyjacker's Black MAX Steering Stabilizers are a heavy-duty, reliable stabilizer that features the same functionality of the white body stabilizers, but now with a new black body to match the Black MAX shocks. These stabilizers dampen the negative feedback through the steering system on both on and off-road vehicles. These stabilizers reduce the harshness of the highway and the ‘shimmy’ from running the additional weight of larger tires and wheels. As a direct OEM replacement, changing the weak stock unit for these better performing Black MAX stabilizers gives stabile control back into the driver’s hands. Included with a black boot.
- Reduces the harshness of the highway.
- Reduces the ‘shimmy’ from running larger tires and wheels.
- Gives stabile control back into the driver’s hands.
- Includes black boot.
- Sold individually unless otherwise noted.
Would this stabilizer shock work well on a 1971 K5 Blazer with 35" tires on the vehicle? I have a 6" lift. Skyjacker Black MAX - 8055 , Steering Stabilizer , or would something else work better?? This vehicle would mostly be used on road.
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