Columbiana, OH (PRWEB) April 03, 2013
Prominent provider of Jeep parts and accessories, 4WD, is now selling the groundbreaking FOX Steering Stabilizer. The Fox Racing Shox 2.0 Performance Series ATS Stabilizer perfectly blends form and function, representing a revolutionary leap in stabilizer design. Made exclusively for Jeep Wrangler JKs, the stabilizer is the latest of nearly 250 FOX products offered by 4Wheel Drive Hardware.
“This new, innovative steering stabilizer was brought on by consumer demand,” says Landon List, 4WD Jeep Merchandiser/Brand Manager. “It’s an adjustable product that can be loosened for bigger tires or stiffened for fine tuning the feel of your steering.” A total of 24 clicks of external adjustment allow fine tuning the feel, giving a wide range of variables.
“When you start installing Jeep lift kits and larger tires on Jeeps, they can develop a death wobble and this technologically advanced design cancels unwanted steering forces in both directions, taking the place of two conventional opposing stabilizers,” says Brian Godfrey, FOX Marketing Manager. “The ATS also includes relocating hardware that moves the steering stabilizer up and out of the way utilizing a new track bar relocation bolt and tie-rod mounting clamp.”
The Fox ATS Stabilizer features:
Steering stabilizers have been used by the road racers in the motorcycle industry for years. FOX adopted the technology and adapted it to the Jeep and off-road communities. For over three decades, FOX’s team of enthusiasts and professional athletes have dedicated themselves to redefining ride dynamics that improve performance for ATVs, off-road vehicles, motocross, mountain bikes, snowmobiles, trucks and UTVs. Its off-road division and manufacturing are in El Cajon, Calif. and FOX products are distributed in over 40 countries.
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