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Rough Country N3 Dual Steering Stabilizer for 2+ Inch Lift (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK)

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    Review & Installation Video

    I'm Ryan from, and this is my review of the Rough Country Dual Steering Stabilizers fitting all 2007 to 2016 JKs. It's important to remember what a steering stabilizer, or more accurately, steering damper is designed to do, and that is one thing and one thing only. When the tires hit a bump in the road, the damper takes up some of that shock, so you don't feel all of it up in the steering wheel in your hands. A steering stabilizer is not designed to fix a wobble, certainly to fix death wobble, or to cure bump steer. If you have any of those steering or suspension issues, there are ways to identify them and repair them, and a steering stabilizer is not one of them.However, if you have a broken or leaking steering stabilizer, it does make sense to replace it, and I would replace it with an inexpensive OE style stabilizer. All steering stabilizers are just 50/50 valve shocks, and there isn't a good reason to spend 100, 200, $300 on a steering stabilizer. Now, this setup is designed for those who want the look of a dual steering stabilizer on the front of their jeep. However, I wouldn't expect this to provide more performance in any way, shape or form. If anything, this is going to cause more wear and tear on your steering components, which is going to cause them to wear out sooner.If you do decide to run a dual steering stabilizer setup on your jeep, this isn't a bad kit to get. The brackets are really beefy, the welds look strong, and they're all topped off with a textured black powder coated finish. Most importantly, the stabilizers that are included in the kit are pretty high quality. They're Rough Country's highest level performance 2.2 shocks, and the kit includes all the hardware necessary to get all of this installed. This steering stabilizer kit installs on the jeep pretty easily.The first step is to remove the factory stabilizer, which will come off with just two bolts. From there, you can install the bracket that goes on the axle tube, and then the two brackets that go on the tie rod. You want to leave everything loose, then install the steering stabilizers themselves, and follow the instructions very carefully to make sure you adjust things properly. You want to get it adjusted, so that you can still turn the steering wheel all the way from lock to lock without anything binding or bottling out. The whole installation should take about two hours and you won't need any specialty tools, just some sockets and some wrenches.So, if you do decide to go with a dual steering stabilizer kit on your jeep, I think this isn't a bad kit to go with. It's pretty complete, it's well built, and it's priced fairly. However, if you just have a leaking factory steering stabilizer or a bent one, I would recommend replacing it with an OE single steering stabilizer. This is a situation where two isn't always better than one. As I mentioned before, if you have a properly setup suspension, a steering stabilizer is a luxury and not a necessity, and it's certainly isn't a cure-all for suspension issues.So, that's my review of the Rough Country Dual Steering Stabilizer fitting all 2007 to 2016 JKs. You can find it right here at

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    Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


    • Improves On- and Off-Road Performance
    • Includes N3 Series Stabilizer Cylinders
    • Comes with Necessary Mounting Hardware
    • Designed for 2007-2018 JK Jeep Wrangler Models with 2-Inch to 6-Inch Lift


    High Performance. Be it on-road or off it, the Rough Country JK Dual Steering Stabilizer lets you handle your vehicle perfectly. It comes with N3 series stabilizer cylinders that effectively absorb vibrations from the front tires and reduce wear and tear between the tie rod and ball joint. With a large 41.4 mm diameter piston and 17.5 mm chrome hardened piston rod, the stabilizer cylinder improves off-road performance and on-road control.

    Easy installation. The Jeep Wrangler steering stabilizer comes with all the hardware required for mounting that also includes the brackets. The simple bolt-on installation requires no drilling or welding, making your task real easy.

    Compatibility. This Rough Country steering stabilizer is designed to fit 2007-2018 JK Jeep Wrangler models with 2-inch to 6-inch lift.

    Freight Notes. Freight items can only be shipped within the continental 48 states, no expedited methods.

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    Customer Reviews (100+)

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    4.7 out of 5 overall rating from 100+ customers

    • May 10, 2020

      5 2011 Wrangler - SSmith1133


      If you looking for a replacement or an upgrade this is a good step up. Installed it last weekend and I have noticed a complete difference in the ride. It takes a lot of bumps out the steering wheel. Now removing the was a big pain. Installation was ok. Make sure you have a tape measure. It helps out with full lock to lock in shocks.

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    • September 30, 2019

      4 2015 Wrangler - TomE

      Installing new stabilizers

      The bards part was installing the rough country steering stabilizers the direction that come with the kit are in black and white and hard to see. So I went to the web site and watched the install which was the way to go. After looking at both ways go with the web site. New that it is on you can tell that does make the Jeep feel like there is very little play in steering wheel and bumps are less jerk in the steering wheel

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    • July 05, 2019

      5 2008 Rubicon - Outcast525

      Great product

      The Stabilizers are made of great material and took about a hour to install. It took all the extra play out of the steering. I highly recommend this product.

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    • June 26, 2019

      5 2007 Wrangler - Amaden1980


      Awesome! Made a world of difference. I will always buy from extreme terrain.

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    • May 20, 2019

      5 2016 Wrangler - JamisonH


      great product noticed a big difference in the handling in the jeep wrangler. Definitely recommend to anyone with a wrangler jeep.

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    • May 16, 2019

      4 2012 Wrangler - StephanieB

      Decent product

      The delivery came fast, but the brackets that mount to the axle were chipped and peeling and scratch easy. The shocks itself seemed stiff and durable. The install took half an hour. The ride seemed slightly improved whilst going over bumps and pot holes, the jeep feels like it slightly has more control. I expected more of a difference but it’s not terrible.

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    • May 14, 2019

      5 2016 Wrangler - TylerK

      Handles like it’s brand new

      Easy install and after a 4 inch lift and 37’s, it handles like it’s brand new again. No more walking from side to side. Handles great and instructions were pretty clear to make it a quick install

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    • May 01, 2019

      5 2008 Wrangler - Rick

      Very fast shipping

      They look awesome on my 2008 jeep wrangled and improved steering quite a bit would recommend for any jeep owner

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    • April 29, 2019

      5 2008 Wrangler - james

      Steering stabilizer

      Wonderful product, no need for a big expensive stabilizer, this gets the job done, I used to get wobbles when I’d hit bumps at about 25-30 mph and now I hit those same bumps every day and it feels stronger than stock.

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    • April 12, 2019

      4 2008 Rubicon - TnCowboy

      Worked out great

      I help out my steering a lot no more wheel shake when I hit a pot hole. Easy to but on and looks great.

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    Questions & Answers (16 answers)

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    Hello! I just have a quick question, I plan on lifting my jeep by 3.5-4 inches and putting on after market rims and 35 inch tires on my jeep. I was wondering if i should get a dual steering stabilizer to avoid running into any type of suspension issues.

    • The Rough Country Dual Steering Stabilizer or any steering stabilizer would not correct any suspension issues. The dual stabilizer would lessen any feedback to the steering wheel from bumps and absorb some vibrations that may occur on Wranglers that have been outfitted with larger tires. Steering stabilizers will not fix death wobble or any issues with suspension components.

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    Can you use this product on a nonlifted jeep running 35" tires to stabilize steering ?

    • Unfortunately, for fitment reasons, you would not be able to use the Rough Country Dual Steering Stabilizer on a stock height Wrangler. It is specifically designed for Wranglers with a 2" to 6" lift kit.

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    Can this be used on a Jeep with 2 inch spacers

    Will this work with the heavy duty tie rod offered by teraflex?

    • Yes, as this steering stabilizer is designed to fit with an otherwise stock application, and the tie rod (item J103704) is scheduled to fit with an otherwise stock application, it is safe to assume they will certainly work together.

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    Hi I have a 2007 2door with leveling kit with 33 tires..will this work on my set up

    • As long as the leveling kit puts you at least 2" high this will work for you.

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    10 More Questions
    Your write up says from 2"-6" lift. I ordered the kit and when it arrived the instructions say 2 1/2" -6" lift. I am assuming the instructions are correct and not your write up? IS THIS GOING TO WORK OR NOT? 1 answer
    With this set up am i able to use different shock for a upgrade in future and re use the brackets ? 1 answer
    I bought a 2012 2-door JK. It is lifted 4 to 6 inches with 37" tires. It has a single stabilizer. The suspension is in good repair, checked by both an independent shop and the dealer. It doesn't exhibit DW, so to say. However, and on occasions, and at low speeds only, 15 MPH or less, hitting a bump in the road just the right way causes the wheels to wobble. I can stop the wobble one of two ways. One, by bringing the Jeep to a stop. Or, by accelerating, hard. I wonder if a dual steering stabilizer will cure this condition. 1 answer
    Does this dual stabilizer reduce your turning radius? 1 answer
    Once the original stabilizer is removed and the new one bolted on, does anyone else have some free play in your tie rod bar? I have a 2.5 lift with 35's. The original was bolted directly to the frame. Is there supposed to be some free play of the tie rod bar? It has definitely changed the handling of my Jeep! Feels much beefier. 1 answer
    I have a rough country 1.75 lift can I run this steering stabilizer 1 answer
    Do I need to get the front end aligned after putting the stabilizer on? 1 answer
    Hello there! I bought this stabilizer and my first trip out it got dented and started leaking fluid.. Can I buy a new shock?? The rest of the stabilizer is not harmed. Thanks! 1 answer
    Hello i have a 3.5in lift on my wrangler and i have a death wobble with this help fix it? 1 answer
    I have a Rubicon 2016 JKU and adding a 3.5" lift. Is this needed or suggested? I do not have a leak in the stock equipment. Will this add even more wear and tear with the front trackbar and drop pitman? 1 answer

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