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Old 08-13-2010, 09:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have just two questions:

1. the steering stabilizer in the Sami is worn. What options do I have for replacement? OEM , Old Man Emu, Rancho?
{part numbers and online sources would be appreciated}

2. Ring and Pinion gears for the diff: Can I change these ONLY in the rear diff or do I have to purchase for BOTH front and rear diffs?
{did some research - YUKON seems good 5.38:1}

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Old 08-13-2010, 10:04 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I have just two questions:
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2. Ring and Pinion gears for the diff: Can I change these ONLY in the rear diff or do I have to purchase for BOTH front and rear diffs?
You have a 4wd vehicle. This means the front and rear diff get power and it happens at the same rate. If you change the rear and not the front, it only takes a second to accidently throw it into 4wd and detonate major parts of the drivetrain.
Do them both at once and avoid the hassle.

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1. the steering stabilizer in the Sami is worn. What options do I have for replacement? OEM , Old Man Emu, Rancho?
{part numbers and online sources would be appreciated}
Although the OEM unit is still available from a few of the zook vendors, I suggest the Old Man Emu direct replacement part. It is a definate upgrade from the tiny stock unit.


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Monroe #2941 is also a oem fit steering damper, but with your 32" tires the OME might be a better option, especially if you have any death wobble problems. For tires closer to stock, the Monroe works fine and cheaper.
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Old 08-13-2010, 06:58 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Bless you guys !!
That's why I am becoming addicted to my Sami ..... such ease of modifications when compared with my Forester...lol...


Thank you for such speedy and well informed responses!
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