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Old 10-20-2013, 10:16 PM   #1
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steering stabilizer

Want to install stabilizers on Greyhawk 32ds. What brand recommended?
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Old 03-14-2014, 09:35 PM   #2
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I am looking at the same thing. I have the same model as you. I ordered the JRide, but the steering is really mushy. I spend alot of time steering.
I have been reading about Safe-T-Plus, Roadmaster, and Bilstein. I think I am leaning toward S-T-P so far. There is a huge price spread between S-T-P and Bilstein, and that makes me cautious. Is it a case of you get what you pay for? Or over hype? Roadmaster is priced between the two, but toward the high end. I am not happy with what was installed by Ford. I will post when I finally make a decision. The forums are all over this with recommendations for all three, but S-T-P seems to be running ahead.
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Old 03-16-2014, 04:28 PM   #3
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I got the roadmaster. Definitely helped.
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BakeG33,
I decided on the Roadmaster. The thing that sold me was that the spring is external to the shock rather than inside the shock as with the Safe-T-Plus. I read a review that talked about the Spring inside the Safe-T-Plus failing, jamming the Safe-T-Plus and bending the tie rod. Probably not a common occurrence, but hearing it happened once is enough for me. I installed the Roadmaster Reflex, it was very easy to install and adjust. Took it for a 10 mile test ride and while not a car like response, handling was very much improved.
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