Stabilizing rod

  • The steering stabilizer on most Jeeps in the belly pan. The most common place to attach a steering stabilizer on a Jeep is directly to the tie rod with the other end secured to the axle.
  • As the tires impact on- or off-road bumps and irregularities, the steering stabilizer damps the forces and helps keep them in check
  • The steering stabilizer in a Jeep is a component that works much like a shock absorber, except that it reduces steering feedback and driver fatigue on top of improving ride quality.
  • It is mainly used to dampen the Jeep death wobble and is essential for lifted rigs with larger tires and other extras.
  • This device designed to inhibit an undesirable, uncontrolled movement or oscillation of a vehicle steering mechanism.