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Complete Steering Stabilizer Kit
Fits 41-71 Jeep & Willys

Part # SJ-7100

Complete Steering Stabilizer Kit

Steering stabilizers are designed to dampen out the harshness of the highway, the shimmy from running the additional weight of larger tires and wheels, and place control back in your hands.

They also reduce driver fatigue by making it easier to turn on and off the road. These stabilizers are an inexpensive addition to your steering system that can really make a difference.

Helpful Guides and Illustrations:
Single Steering Stabilizer Parts List and Installation Guide

GETS RID OF THE WILLYS WOBBLE

Fits:
41-45 MB
41-45 GPW
46-49 CJ-2A
49-53 CJ-3A
53-64 CJ-3B
55-71 CJ-5
50-52 M38
46-64 Truck
46-64 Station Wagon

Note:
Check thread sizes on M38 tie rods.  If the M38 has the smaller threads (11/16") this kit will work but if it has the larger (3/4") threads it will not work.

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SJ-7100

$114.99

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$114.99

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Will this kit I ordered fit my 1970 cj5 with the V-6 225 motor

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
It should, if you want to send mike@kaiserwillys.com some photos of your steering area we could tell you for sure.

Is this available in any color besides white/red? What is the SJ-9100 mentioned? Will this fit a M38A1 with 3/4 in rod if slot holes are drilled larger and bigger unbolts are used?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech.:
You can paint them easily. With the M38/A1 you would have to slot the bracket and U-bolt at the tie rod tube due to its larger size.

Will this fit my 71' CJ5?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Yes, that is correct.

Did CJ5's in the early 60's have a steering stabilizer like this from the factory?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
There was an option but it was mostly put on after the fact.

would this steering stabilizer kit (item SJ-7100) fit on a 1947 chevy pick up

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Sorry, We have not tried to fit up to that.

Hello team Will this fit to my CJ-5, 1966, ex. Swiss Military?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
If it has the larger military tie rod ends you would have to slot the mounting bracket and get a larger U-bolt for around the tie rod tube.

Will this kit work on my 1954 M38a1 ?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
The U-bolts for the tie rod will be a bit small. You would have to get new U-bolts and slot the brackets possibly.

Will this fit a 1957 FC 150? If no, is there one? Just rebuilt the front end, so now would be a good time to get one on.

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Should work for the FC150

1963 Station wagon 4 wheel drieve. Has damper on it but the damper has eyelet on one end . Do you have this type of damper for this vehicle ? Thanks

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Unoriginal to the vehicle. Please send photos to mike@kaiserwillys.com to help.

If my M38 has the larger 3/4" threads can I simply get the appropriate holes drilled out ? What will the shipping cost be to the UK please? Regards Steve the Jeep.

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
The u-bolt is going to be small on the military tie rod ends. You would have to get a larger one and slot the bracket.

Will this kit help improve steering at higher speeds?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Yes, that is correct.

I HAVE PUT A STEERING DAMPNER ON MY CJ-2A AND IT WILL NOT LET YOU TURN LEFT VERY WELL IT REALLY STOPS IT ON SHARP TURNS

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
This steering stabilizer kit will not effect your turning radius. Not sure what kind of kit you have on your vehicle. Please email mike@kaiserwillys.com and we can try to help and see what you have on your WIllys.

As this kit doesn't fit in the M38A1, is there any other that can be applied? Thanks

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Sorry, this is for the smaller tie rod tubes only in CJ's.

Will this kit fit a 1949 Jeepster (VJ)?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
No, it is for 4-wheel drive vehicles. Thanks

WILL THIS STABILIZER KIT FIT A 1952 M38A1?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
The tie rod tubes in the M38A1 are larger diameter so the clamp will not go around them. You would have to get larger clamps and slot bracket to make work.

Hello, I am looking for linkage for the Saturn overdrive in a Jeep FC170. I just got this truck, it has the new overdrive installed and I have the standard shifter that came in the OD kit. But of course that wont work in the cab over setup. Do you have the shift linkage for a FC170 or even specs of how to make on perhaps? Thanks and Best Regards Bob

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
I do offer a universal linkage kit that may work for you. Email mike@kaiserwillys.com happy to help.

Could you sen me a picture diagrama about how to ensamble ,and how to install it. Please. Thanks.

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Email mike@kaiserwillys.com and I can send you one installed on my jeep.

can this kit be modified to fit 3/4 inch tie rods , and how

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
No, I'm sorry. This is only work for the 11/16" tie rods. Thanks

Will this fit a cj-3a willys jeep? 1952 in year?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Yes, it sure will. Thanks!

Will this make the wheel harder to turn ?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
No, it is a stabilizer and will not make steering hard.

I have a 1971 cj5 with v6 will this work on mine

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
Sorry this is only for the 4-134 engine.

Do I need one kit for each side?

Willys Jeep Parts Tech:
One kit only is needed per Willys.

I have a 57' Cj-5 with original style shocks will this work?

Willys Tech:
I would go with part number: 8133290A & 909699A

Hi Mike, In preparation for installing electronic distributer on F134 engine I find my old didtributer is stuck it wont advavanc/retard, no movement in any direction. Clamp screw has been removed. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks

Willys Tech:
They get pretty stuck down in the sleeve. Make sure you have it unbolted from the bock and there is nothing else holding it in.

Will this kit fit my '61 FC-170?

Willys Tech:
Yes these should work for the Willys FC's as well.

Does this kit require any drilling or welding?

Willys Tech:
No, this is a bolt on kit.

Would this kit work on my 1951 Willys truck?

Willys Tech:
Yes this will work just fine. It will be the proper kit for you.

I have a 1959 Jeep Truck....will the steering stabilizer kit work on this model?

Willys Tech:
Yes it will work for this vehicle as well.

When driving the Jeep off-road, occasionally on rocky or rutted roads the steering wheel will try to whip out of my hands and spin to one side or the other, taking the path of least resistance I suppose. It can be a real thumb buster if you don't hold the wheel correctly. Will this stabilizer reduce the frequency or intensity of this happening? Thanks. Denver

Willys Tech:
Yes, it helps reduce the 'willys wobble.' I would also have your front end checked out too for wear.

I Have a 65 CJ-5 is this a bolt on or is there any welding that may have to be done. Does this go between the axel and the tie rode ends.

Willys Tech:
This is just a bolt on kit with all the brackets included. It bolts to the tie rod tube and axle tube.

will this shock work on the 56 sw all the way around.

Willys Tech:
Im sure it would.

When I am driving and hit a small pot hole or bump the front tires wobble from side to side. Will this kit fix the problem or do I need to try something else first?

Willys Tech:
I would always put one of these on your vehicle. They help eliminate the Willys wobble. You also want to check your king pin and wheel bearings for wear too.

Does this come with a diagram on how to install and adjust this kit? Or is it included in the mechanics manuals? Thanks as always, Austin

Willys Tech:
Yes it will have instructions on the install in with them.

Will this work with a 52 truck?

Willys Tech:
Yes it should work just fine.

I have a 1952 M38A1. I notice that year isn't listed, Will it not work?

Willys Tech:
Yes it will work just fine for your M38A1.

I have all new steering linkage (kingpin and wheel bearings, tie rod ends, bell crank, steering gear box) and my M38A1 still wanders going down the road. I have heard steering stabilizers are a band-aid for more serious steering linkage problems, but all my parts are new and were installed by a Jeep shop. Is loose steering common with old military jeeps, and would a stabilizer help?

Willys Tech:
Yes this helps alot. They solve the 'Willys Wobble' problem. Its always good to go thru your front end to make sure not something larger.
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