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By far, the simplest and least expensive upgrade you can make to the steering on your Ram is to replace the steering dampener. Its surprising how much of an impact that merely replacing the stabilizer can make to how your truck steers and drives down the road. Upgrade with this unit from Fox for precise steering.
The 2.0 Performance Series IFP steering stabilizer helps take the load off your steering components and keep your tires tracking straight and true. Oversized offroad tires have a tendency to seek out traction in any direction. The large knobs and open tread pattern can cause your front end to wander on or off the road. The 2.0 Performance Series IFP stabilizer uses the same advanced damping technology contained in Fox's Performance Series shocks to tame steering feedback from even the most aggressive tires.BODY
- 2.0" Metal impacted 6061-T6 aluminum will resist rust over time
- Clear-anodized for a durable finish
- Internal IFP mono-tube reservoir design separates shock oil from the high-pressure nitrogen
- Black-anodized, CNC-machined 6061-T6 billet aluminum
- 5/8" hard chrome plated heat-treated alloy steel
- Race-developed high-flow piston design
- Application specific valving to maximize performance
- Redundant sealing pack system main seal, wiper seal, scraper seal
- JM92 Advanced Suspension Fluid for improved performance at variable temperatures
- Quiet nitrile rubber allows for increased suspension articulation
- This shock will fit ALL 2008.5-2013 Ram 2500's and ALL 2008.5-2012 Ram 3500's. However, 2003-2008 models will need to be inspected for proper application. From the factory, 2003-2008 models featured what is commonly referred to as Y-style steering, and this dampener will not fit this application, and will only fit if the vehicle has been upgraded with the later style steering, known as T-Style. The simplest method to determine whether you have Y-Style or T-Style is to reference the existing dampener. If the dampener is mounted to the steering linkage by bolting through a hole in the center link (bar that goes from drivers side knuckle to passenger side knuckle), then you have Y-Style. However, if your dampener bolts to a plate that is mounted to the center link, then you have T-Style. As always, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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I have a 2007.5 dodge 3500 SRW 4x4. I was just wanting to know that if I upgrade my Y-style drag link to the T-style found on the 09 and newer dodge trucks, will this FOX stabilizer work? I'm getting ready to buy the 09 upgrade drag link kit from y'all to install on my truck. I was just wondering if I'm on the right track. I know that my 07.5 steering stabilizer won't work with the T-style drag link system.?
Yes that is the correct stab for an upgraded steering linkage.
I have a 2018 4x4 ram 3500 dually. Will this work formy truck or is the a newer version for my truck??
This will not be compatible on the 13+ trucks. Currently fox does not manufacture a shock for the 13-18 models.
Will this work with the bds dual stabalizer set up??
No those would not, the replacement part number for the dual kits is 98224016. We would have to special order. SNA
Will this work on a 2012 ram 3500 4wd with the synergy tie rod upgrade kit 8525-01??
Yes, this will work on your application. -TL
Will this fit a 2017 ram 3500? The description says fits up to 2012 but the item title says 03-18.?
Fox's application guide has that stabilizer fitting all the way to 2018. It would fit on that truck, would have to be 4x4 of course.-Sands