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Old 12-29-2008, 09:36 PM
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87 3/4ton Dual Stabilizers HELP

I have this set http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...n%26safe%3Doff

The problem is I bought an axle and got these with it, Iv never seen these installed on a truck before and I dont know how they bolt on. Has anybody installed these? or does anyone have any good pics of it on? The kit will be going on a Corp 10 bolt . Thanks!

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http://www.tuffcountry.com/NewFiles/66250.pdf

Here is an installation manual for a similar kit.

They show it being installed on a Super Duty, but it may answer some of your questions.

I checked the Tuff Country website, and instructions for your exact kit are not available online. However it says they will fax or mail them to you upon request.


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I Got A Good Pic

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Cant seem to get that 1st link to work...not much of a computer guy Thanks for the help though!

hevy chevy....wheres the pic?
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Here's a pic from the instructions I tried to link to:

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Not Much Of Computer Guy Ether

I Will Keep Tryin
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I WILL KEEP TRYIN
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Hevy I think the brackets I have are for the inline style Stabilizers not the parallel setup like your friends. Still cant see much from that pic though Joe G
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That Is The One

Looks Farley Simple No
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Looks Farley Simple No
I agree.

It looks like you just center the axle bracket in the middle of the truck, and position the outer mounts so the shocks can neither bottom-out nor top-out before the end of the steering travel in either direction.

But that's an assumption, I hate to assume...

I'd call the manufacturer just in case there are some critical dimensions or angles you might need to be concerned with. Their website encourages calls regarding installation questions. The number is (800) 288-2190.

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Thanks for the help guys, I'll probably just end up calling them another day because its a little differnt setup then that other truck. Thanks again!
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