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Ram 3500 2008.5-2012 Dodge 4wd (w/lifted suspension & T-Style steering) High Mount Steering Stabilizer by Carli Suspension Brand: Carli Suspension | SKU: CS-DHMSS-03-T
$525
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Ram 3500 2008.5-2012 Dodge 4wd (w/lifted suspension & T-Style steering) High Mount Steering Stabilizer by Carli Suspension

Brand: Carli Suspension | SKU: CS-DHMSS-03-T
$525.00

Ram 3500 2008.5-2012 Dodge 4wd (w/lifted suspension & T-Style steering) High Mount Steering Stabilizer by Carli Suspension

Brand: Carli Suspension | SKU: CS-DHMSS-03-T
$525.00


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Carli Suspension's CS-DHMSS-03-T "High Mount" Steering Stabilizer for the Dodge Ram 3500 is a bolt-on upgrade that works with the factory OEM or Carli Low Mount Stabilizer. This stabilizer is mounted above factory location (tie-rod) and instead mounted to the drag link and chassis (near the sway bar frame mount). This Carli stabilizer features an adjustable nitrogen charge that push's to the Left to counter-act a Right Hand Tire Pull (commonly caused by larger tires).  Pre-pressurized at 200 PSI (best for push effect), this stabilizer is equipped with a Schrader valve that allows customers to bleed the pressure to desired PSI. A 70 PSI will provide a lower pressure and a neutral effect (no pushing to the left), but still providing increased steering predictability, minimized volatility and reduced driver fatigue.

When paired with the Carli Low Mount Stabilizer (sold separately) these steering stabilizers can double the correction with both pushing to the driver side.

Carli Stabilizers feature their IFP (internal floating piston) technology, a superior choice compared to Emulsion shocks, which are commonly used for affordability but have limitations in performance and longevity. The body is made from 304 Stainless Steel and truly looks amazing while minimizing effects from the elements and road debris. An billet aluminum Top-Cap made from a solid piece of aluminum houses a teflon lined 1/2 inch bearing and o-ring style Schrader valve. The opposite end of the stabilizer uses another billet aluminum rod end housing a 17-4 stainless high-misalignment pin inside a 1/2 inch bearing for bind-free performance.

Features & Benefits:

  • Improves handling - Increased steering predictability, minimized volatility and reduced driver fatigue
  • Higher nitrogen charge pushes to the left to counter-act a right hand tire pull (common with larger tires)
  • IFP design (Internal Floating Piston)
  • Includes all required brackets and hardware
  • 304 Stainless Steel Body with Aluminum Top-Cap
  • Billet Aluminum rod ends with 1/2 inch bearings
  • 17-4 stainless high-misalignment pin inside a 1/2 inch bearing for bind free performance
  • Adjustable Nitrogen Charge - Schrader valve allows customer to bleed the pre-charged stabilizer (pressurized at 200 psi for right push, or drop to 70 psi for no directional influence)
  • Corrects right tire pull, adjustable
  • Mounts above factory location (tie-rod) and instead mounted to the drag link and chassis (near the sway bar frame mount)
  • Simple bolt-on installation
  • Can Combine with Low-Mount Stabilizer (sold separately) for double the correcton
  • Carli provides a Lifetime Advanced Replacement Warranty

Jack-it Pro Tips and Advice

Aftermarket steering stabilizers are available in two main types: Emulsion and IFP (Internal Floating Piston), both of which are "gas" charged and contain oil. Emulsion shocks are cheaper than their IFP counterparts but have limitations when used in horizontally mounted applications like steering stabilizers. When mounted sideways, the oil and gas mix, leading to poor damping performance as the piston moves back and forth. Emulsion shocks are commonly found in cheaper dual steering stabilizer kits, more for aesthetics than actual performance. They have smaller pistons, a shorter lifespan, and struggle to effectively control suspension or steering, but are favored for their affordability. On the other hand, Carli Stabilizers are all IFP Shocks, ensuring optimal utilization of proprietary valving technology. IFP shocks have a second piston, called the Dividing piston, internally separating the nitrogen cavity from the oil cavity. This design allows the shock to be mounted in any orientation, even on its side as a stabilizer. The adjustable nitrogen charge pressurizes the oil cavity, keeping the piston always submerged and efficiently engaging the proprietary valving.

Additionally, the nitrogen charge pressurizing the oil cavity enhances the oil's heat tolerance while preventing cavitation or foaming. This results in superior overall performance and longevity for Carli Stabilizers compared to Emulsion shocks commonly found in cheaper alternatives. Although a steering stabilizer is not a magical solution for a wandering truck or a fix for death wobble, it plays a vital role in increasing steering predictability while reducing volatility, road noise, and driver fatigue. Its primary purpose is to stabilize the steering, providing a smoother driving experience. Stock steering stabilizers are designed for stock steering systems and tires, but their effectiveness declines over time, especially with larger aftermarket tires.

Important Notes
  • Does NOT fit factory Power Wagon Sway Bar
  • ONLY works on vehicles with a leveling kit or lift kit
  • This stabilizer will only work on trucks equipped with the newer T-link style steering (08.5+ models) without adaptation of factory brackets. The 2003-2007, “Y” style steering linkage requires PN: PC-LMSCLAMP-Y to bolt onto the factory linkage.
  • The CS-DLMSS-T is designed to counter the right hand pull of certain tire manufacturers. If you’re trying to correct left pull, please purchase PN: CS-FDG and CS-FDGBRKT to reverse the orientation/push of the stabilizer to counter left hand pull. This is common in applications on vehicles running NITTO TRAIL GRAPPLERS.
  • Stabilizers come pre-charged with 200psi of Nitrogen. If a left-hand pull is encountered after installation, Nitrogen pressure should be released to reduce the stabilizer push by depressing the Schrader for a fraction of a second. RELEASE AS LITTLE AS POSSIBLE. Drive the truck and repeat if necessary. DO NOT run stabilizer with less than 70psi!
  • Only use Nitrogen to charge your stabilizer.
  • The operating pressure range of the CS-DLMSS-T is 70psi-200psi; please ensure you’re in this range.
  • If Stabilizer is installed by a shop, confirm nitrogen pressure was not release for installation purposes. If nitrogen was released, recharge the stabilizer shock to 200psi with nitrogen (DO NOT USED COMPRESSED AIR) and repeat the steps outlined in the third bullet point of this list!
  • Vehicle Fitment
    MakeDodge
    ModelRam 3500
    Year Fitment2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008
    2WD/4WD4WD
    Tech Specs
    ManufacturerCarli Suspension
    Manufacturer Part NumberCS-DHMSS-03-T
    Item Numbercar_cs-dhmss-03-T
    MPN(UPC)883584147374
    Product LineSteering Stabilizers

     

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