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Introducing the most advanced steering stabilizer shock to ever hit the market for your Ram: the ATS from the professionals at FOX! Now, with a new Orange and Gunmetal finish for a stronger more attractive look.
The FOX Factory Race Series Adjustable Through Shaft (ATS) steering stabilizer offers unrivaled steering control and a striking high tech appearance. The technologically advanced design cancels unwanted steering forces in BOTH directions, taking the place of two conventional opposing stabilizers.
It will also respond to your input with 24 clicks of external adjustment to fine tune the feel. The integrated reservoir allows for additional fluid capacity and improves cooling during extreme use. Also included is FOX's relocating hardware that moves the steering stabilizer up and out of the way utilizing a new track bar relocation bolt and 1-5/8" tie-rod mounting clamp. The ATS represents a revolutionary breakthrough in stabilizer design.BODY
- 2.0" Metal impacted 6061-T6 aluminum will resist rust over time
- Clear-anodized for a durable finish
- Black anodized CNC machined 6061-T6 billet aluminum
- 5/8" hard chrome plated heat treated alloy steel
- Race-developed high-flow piston design
- Redundant sealing pack system main seal, wiper seal, scraper seal
- JM92 Advanced Suspension Fluid for improved performance at variable temperatures
- External reservoir design separates shock oil from the high-pressure nitrogen
- Direct replacement for stock and aftermarket lift kits
- 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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This says good for a 2013 ram, will it work on a 2015??
The 2013.5-2017 have a new larger tie rod. This steering stabilizer will not work.
In the product description it notes a 1 3/8"" tie rod clamp. I'm assuming that's the diameter when fully closed, and if so, how much larger diameter tie rod does the manufacturer say it can accommodate? I have the Synergy tie rods for the same model truck which are 1 1/2"" in diameter.?
We can order those with the larger diameter clamp. If you call in we can get that setup for you.
i just installed the synergy tie rod and drag link assembly on my 2003 dodge dually 4x4. Will clamp around the synergy tie rod??
Yes we have done it before. Same Stabilizer and same steering kit.
I would like to buy a fox ats steering stabilizer for my 2012 3500 cummins but I have a synergy steering kit in it I need a clamp on it that hook to that tie rod what do I need?
If you are running the synergy steering kit, you would need to remove the bolt on steering damper bracket and just utilize what comes in the FOX kit. The fox kit will work on the synergy steering out of the box. -TL