Fox 2.0 Performance Series Steering Stabilizer IFP 10.1" Travel
Fox has multiple steering stabilizers available for Jeep JK and Jeep JL. See the details below to help decide which model is the right fit for your build.
The 2.0 Performance Series IFP steering stabilizer helps take the load off your steering components and keeps your tires tracking straight and true. Oversized offroad tires have a tendency to seek out traction in any direction. The large knobs and open tread pattern can cause your front end to wander on or off the road. The 2.0 Performance Series IFP stabilizer uses the same advanced damping technology contained in the Performance Series shocks to tame steering feedback from even the most aggressive tires.
- Body - 2.0" Metal impacted 6061-T6 aluminum will resist rust over time
- Body Plating - Clear-anodized for a durable finish
- Internal Reservoir- Internal IFP mono-tube reservoir design separates shock oil from the high-pressure nitrogen
- Components - Black-anodized, CNC-machined 6061-T6 billet aluminum
- Shaft - 1/2" hard chrome plated heat-treated alloy steel
- Piston - Race-developed high-flow piston design
- Valving - Application specific valving to maximize performance
- Seals - Redundant sealing pack system main seal, wiper seal, scraper seal
- Oil - JM92 Advanced Suspension Fluid for improved performance at variable temperatures
- Bushings- Quiet nitrile rubber allows for increased suspension articulation
|Part #||Type||Vehicle Fitment||Clamp Size||Collapsed||Extended||Travel|
|FOX-985-24-145||Performance Series IFP||07-17 Jeep JK||-||13.30"||20.44"||7.14"|
|FOX-985-24-173||Performance Series IFP||2018+ Jeep JL||-||13.50"||20.93"||7.43"|
|FOX-982-24-941||Performance Series IFP||Universal||-||19.35"||29.45"||10.10"|
Note: If installing stabilizer on 2012 and newer model with stock suspension or with less than a 2.5'' lift and aftermarket 1-1/4'' bump stop extension, the stabilizer reservoir must be rotated for clearance. Loosen pinch bolt on L-bracket between stabilizer and track bar clamp, rotate reservoir approximately 135 degrees down and toward rear of vehicle.