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Old 05-11-2016, 11:11 AM
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PMF Dual Steering Stabilizer

Has anyone on here tried or have this on their PSD? I am looking into updating my steering stabilizer on my 02 and came across this one, I like the way it's fabricated and wanted to see if anyone has tried this before. It's from PMF Suspension


 
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Old 05-11-2016, 12:41 PM
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I have never seen a dual stabilizer kit so over built.... I like it!
 
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Old 05-11-2016, 02:02 PM
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That's what I like about it, it's fabricated very nicely and reinforced from end to end. Typically I've seen kits that just look so flimsy, and I cant stand to see one where one bracket or shock is twisted instead of staying lined up firm. I might end up ordering it and trying it out.
 
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Old 05-11-2016, 02:16 PM
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PMF is the one I was going to buy- I just decided on a single instead. Really good stuff.
If you're in the area... https://sacramento.craigslist.org/pts/5574377785.html
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A buddy installed one on his '06 F350, it is well overbuilt and fricken awesome!
 
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Old 05-12-2016, 09:08 AM
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I'll be ordering the kit tomorrow, maybe even today to get it quicker. I'll come back with pics once i receive it.
 
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Nice set up! I lost my stock stabilizer coming down from the farm, this looks like it will fair much better, thanks.
 
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How did this kit work out for you? I installed one on my '02 f-250 and I'm not very happy with it. Hoping to find out what your thoughts are if you got one after all.
 
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Are the single shock stabilizer stock or are they added latter. My truck has none. I noticed that when I hit a roll in the road my truck slightly follows it.
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Old 10-11-2018, 10:03 AM
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How did this kit work out for you? I installed one on my '02 f-250 and I'm not very happy with it. Hoping to find out what your thoughts are if you got one after all.
it worked good for me, what shocks did you get with the kit? Last i checked they offered bilstein, Fox, or king
 
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it worked good for me, what shocks did you get with the kit? Last i checked they offered bilstein, Fox, or king
I have bilstein shocks. I can't seem to to get the kit to fasten on right. The outer brackets seem to move even after tightening them on pretty snug (tighten too much and the outer bracket starts to bends around the tie rod) and I can hear one or the other side shift/move when I turn the wheel from, lets say, 4 o'clock all the way back to center and through to 8 o'clock.

Do your outer brackets bow upwards a little? In other words, compared to the center bracket do the outer brackets sit slightly angled up?
 
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I have bilstein shocks. I can't seem to to get the kit to fasten on right. The outer brackets seem to move even after tightening them on pretty snug (tighten too much and the outer bracket starts to bends around the tie rod) and I can hear one or the other side shift/move when I turn the wheel from, lets say, 4 o'clock all the way back to center and through to 8 o'clock.

Do your outer brackets bow upwards a little? In other words, compared to the center bracket do the outer brackets sit slightly angled up?
I have a different kit. The center mount took the shape of the tie rod then tightened up. Can you allow it to bend, then loosen it and clock it to be straight?
 
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