Reflex Steering Stabilizers have a tempered steel spring secured at both ends to a specially designed and valved steering damper. One end of the stabilizer is attached to the tie rod itself; the other end is securely fastened to the chassis undercarriage. When the steering stabilizer is compressed, the spring pushes back to the neutral position. When extended, the spring pulls back to the neutral position.
Reflex Steering Stabilizers give impressive results in controlling the effects of:
A front tire blow out
Crosswinds and passing trucks
Road edge run-off
Pot holes and debris
Quick and easy installation No matter what vehicle you have, your Reflex Steering Stabilizer installs in about one hour, with no drilling or welding required.
An installation requires a steering stabilizer and a vehicle-specific mounting bracket.