Carli High Mount Steering Stabilizer
The High-Mount adds a secondary stabilizer out of harm’s way to the upper steering link, the drag-link. There are no provisions from the factory for an upper stabilizer; thus, we provide a bracket for the frame side and a billet clamp for the upper-tie-rod-end on the steering. Its orientation allows for correction of right-hand radial pull by adjusting the nitrogen pressure. When a severe right-hand pull is encountered, this stabilizer can be combined with the above low-mount for double the correction; both pushing toward the driver’s side. This combination provides fantastic damping as there will be one stabilizer on each steering link. This stabilizer should only be run in conjunction with a low-mount as it’s not designed to be an only stabilizer.
Our proprietary stabilizers run a custom valving profile and small shaft diameter as we’ve found this combination best in steering damper applications. Their fully-rebuildable construction boasts a Stainless Steel body with Machined Billet Aluminum Rod ends housing precision 1/2” Spherical Bearings topped off with a hardened Black Nitride Shaft. The stabilizer’s nitrogen chamber is adjustable from 70psi to 200psi allowing customers to correct for radial tire-pull. If no pull exists, the Stabilizer can be set from 70psi to 100psi as this neutral range will pressurize the oil for proper function without biasing correcting in either direction.
More on our stabilizers here:
What is a Steering Stabilizer?
We offer a High Mount, a Low Mount and an opposing Stabilizer Configuration for 2003-12 Rams.