The Fabtech Dirt Logic steering stabilizer cylinders are built using the same construction as the Dirt Logic Shocks making these exceptional high performance stabilizers out-perform all the competition. Heavy duty brackets easily fit your vehicle for a fast installation.
An outstanding feature of the Dirt Logic is the use of electroless nickel plating for the shock body. Electroless nickel will not deteriorate over time by turning milky and blotchy. Because of this, no clear coat is required. Nickel is the best plating possible for a take-apart shock. This standard is superior to other shock that apply a clear coat over zinc that eventually wears or chips off exposing the shock to rust.
Dirt Logic steering stabilizer cylinders are constructed using seamless steel tubing, billet aluminum top cap and rod end with urethane or spherical bearing mountings. Stem applications use a chromoly stem instead of the industry standard clevis adapter kit. A dividing piston is used to separate the oil from the high pressure nitrogen gas to eliminate fading and retain a consistent ride. This is superior to emulsion shocks that lose performance quickly.
The aluminum parts of the Dirt Logic are polished before the black anodized finish is applied. This results in a smooth surface for the anodizing to coat leaving a deep black luster.
The Dirt Logic stabilizer cylinders are built in-house by Fabtech at their Chino, CA (not China) facility using CNC capabilities, quality control and off-road design experience. Covered by the Fabtech Limited Lifetime Warranty.