Sinister Diesel's new Ram Steering Box Stabilizer

July 2015 Cummins, Products Trevor Mason Web Exclusive

Sinister Diesel has released the 2015 version of their popular steering box stabilizer for Dodge 4-wheel drive trucks.  This kit joins their 1994-2014 steering box stabilizers taht are currently available. 

Sinister’s steering box stabilizer gets rid of  the so-called “death wobble” and steering play that Dodge pickups are notorious for. A sub-standard factory frame rail that holds the steering box in place is what's to blame. A weakness in the frame causes the steering box to flex, creating steering "slop."  As the parts degrade over time and normal use, the problem gets worse and worse.

Sinister’s stabilizer joins the truck’s two frame rails together, which gives maximum support and stability for the steering box.  It also fastens at the absolute highest leverage point of the two frame rails for utmost strength and durability. 

The kit includes all the hardware you need to install it yourself, usually in less than an hour.

For more information, visit Sinister's website.

  • Like what you read?

    Want to know when we have important news, updates or interviews?

  • Join our newsletter today!

    Sign Up
You Might Also Be Interested In...
Share

Send to your friends!

IN THIS ISSUE

A SUPER-RARE SUPER BAJA!

September 2021

Many can say they’ve completed a triathlon, but how many can say they’ve won a gold medal in the triathlon at the Olympics? Many can say they’ve flown an aircraft, but how many can say they’ve done it in space? Being one of only a few is special. It’s unique. It sets you apart from others and in the truck scene, only 250 lucky diesel pickup enthusiasts will have the honor of saying they own and drive the slick design of the 2021 Ford Shelby F250 Super Baja.

Get a Sneak Peek

Already a subscriber? Please check your email for the latest full issue link.