Skyjacker Dual Steering Stabilizer Kit M95 Jeep Wrangler JK 2007-2018
- Dampens Highway Harshness
- Reduces Shimmy Of Larger Tires
- Includes Mounting Brackets
- Improves Handling
Skyjacker M95 Dual Steering Stabilizer Kit for 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 Jeep JK Wranglers.
If you are running larger tires on your 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK then this M95 Dual Steering Stabilizer Kit from Skyjacker will be a terrific upgrade for your JK. The steering dampers will reduce the shimmy often associated with larger tires and make driving your rig much easier and more enjoyable. Hardware and mounting brackets are included for a straightforward installation!
Features and Benefits of the Skyjacker M95 Dual Steering Stabilizer Kit (9203):
- Pair of M95 steering dampers
- Dampens highway harshness
- Reduces shimmy of larger tires
- Includes mounting brackets
- Improves handling characteristics
- Comes with hardware
- Fits all 2007-2018 Jeep JK Wranglers
- Straightforward installation
Please Note: Boots are sold separately.
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Order Skyjacker's 9203 M95 Dual Steering Stabilizer Kit for your 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 or 2018 Jeep Wrangler from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Novice skill is required for this installation.
This steering stabilizer kit is going to directly replace the factory stabilizer with two M95 dampers with easy bolt-on brackets to reduce vibrations and harshness, making your Jeep even more enjoyable. It comes with everything you need for an easy installation, so today we're going to install it on our 2008 Jeep Wrangler.
Tools you will need for this installation:
A Lift or a Jack and Jack Stands
A 3/8" Ratchet
Vise Grips or Channel Locks
And a Tape Measure
Okay, we have the Jeep up in the air, we're going to remove the factory stabilizer. All you'll need is an 18-millimeter wrench. Loosen the first bolt and remove the factory nut. We have the nut off, but we can't remove this bolt just yet. Then remove the nut down on this side. Pop the stabilizer off of its stud. Then you're going to want to grab the stabilizer and kind of bend the bracket, and the bolt should be able to come out along with the steering stabilizer.
Okay, we have the factory stabilizer off, now we're going to assemble the Skyjacker kit. We're going to install the two provided studs onto this bracket right here. Install the studs just like this, along with the provided lock washer and nut. Now hold the stud with a pair of channel locks or vise grips, and tighten the nut with a 3/4" wrench.
We're going to take a tape measure and measure 1-1/4" away from the differential housing, and that'll be the mark to where we put our new axle bracket. Here's 1-1/4", and that's where we will loosely install our bracket. Place the bracket underneath the axle and install the provided U-bolts. Install the provided nuts with the U-bolts. We're only going to get these nuts hand-tight, we're not going to fully tighten in case we need to make some adjustments.
With the bracket installed, we can now place the steering stabilizers on them. Before you do that, you need to press in these bushings, they're super easy, don't even need to lubricate them up, just press them in by hand and then put them on the bracket. Lubricate the studs to make it a little easier to install the stabilizers. Install your washers. Then the Skyjacker front plate. Then a lock washer and nut. Use a 3/4" socket to tighten down the nuts.
The next step is to install the tie rod brackets. To make sure we get them in the right spot, we're going to extend the stabilizer from where this point to this point is exactly 13-1/2". That's exactly 13-1/2". Do the same thing to the other side. Perfect, 13-1/2" on this side.
We're ready to install the bracket, so take the provided washers with the urethane bushings and install the bottom washer just like this. Then install the flat part of the bushing against that washer. Grab your tie rod bracket and notice how one side is flat, and the other side has a slight curve right here, the curve is going to be facing front, so this is the driver's side bracket. Now install this bracket right up against the bushing. Install your other bushing. Your other washer just like this. And then the nut. And do the same thing for the other stabilizer.
Secure the bracket to the tie rod using the provided U-bolts and nuts. Do the same thing on the other side. Everything is now in place, we can tighten everything down. We're going to start off with the axle bracket using a 9/16" socket. The nuts on the tie rod brackets can be tightened with a 1/2" socket. Finally, use your 9/16" socket again to tighten the nut on each damper. Now you just need to get these snug, you don't need to overdo it and completely destroy the bushing. And now our installation is finished.
Okay, we got our Skyjacker Dual Steering Stabilizer Kit installed. It looks way better than the factory. It definitely gave our Jeep a killer look, and it's going to make our Jeep handle a lot better with a big lift and tires on it. Installation isn't too bad, really shouldn't take you more than an hour, and before you know it, you'll be heading off-road.