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Your Chevrolet K1500 Suburban will be happy to know that the search for the right Steering Stabilizer products you’ve been looking for is over! Advance Auto Parts has 2 different Steering Stabilizer for your vehicle, ready for shipping or in-store pick up. The best part is, our Chevrolet K1500 Suburban Steering Stabilizer products start from as little as $87.99.
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From Jeff City, MO
This is a very substantial setup. The brackets are thick and heavy, made to take abuse without bending or moving. The directions seemed vague, but once I crawled under my truck, I readily figured it all out. The only difference I could find between this one and the fancier ones (almost all are made by either Monroe or Gabriel, anyway) was that this one did not come with a dust boot. I knew that, though, and ordered one with it and it was still cheaper than almost any other brand. I think anyone with any strength and a small amount of mechanical knowledge can install this. I read several arguments saying steering stabilizers hide other problems or compensate for them, but don't make any real difference. I replaced most of my suspension parts before I did this, and there was not much slop. This limited the bounce from the oversized tires and just plain made the ride a good bit smoother when it comes to bumps and potholes. I was skeptical, but this helped my 1990 Chevy K1500 with a 3" body lift. It will not fix front end problems, and shouldn't be used that way, but it will make the ride smoother and absorb some of the shock that would go throughout your steering system, thereby helping prolong the life of steering parts. A good investment in terms of money and time.
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