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Old 05-19-2015, 05:07 AM   #1
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Thoughts on After Market Wander correction

Re: 2009 Workhorse W-22 Chassis.

Suggestions and thoughts please.

I have low mileage W-22, new tires, aligned and still have a loose (sensitive) feeling steering causing some wander. I am headed out to a 2nd home with no time to install in advance. I want to install myself and drive back for comparison.

I have had Steer Safe on an older unit and it worked well on an F-53. I am not sure I have had a Safe T Plus but I add things that work I know these systems greatly improve wander and tighten up the steering.

The technology seem different with springs on one and the other looks like basically a shock, is one more apt to prevent wander? That is my main concern at this point. I have had one front tire blowout in heavy winds and it was not a critical issue as I knew not to immediately brake.

And which is the easier DIY install as I will be at a home in the boonies, I would classify myself as an intermediate level DIY'er. I will have another guy to help me.

Thanks in advance for the excellent advice I usually get.
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Old 05-19-2015, 06:11 AM   #2
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Thoughts on After Market Wander correction

Safe t plus is not just a shock. The springs are internal. I have a safe t plus and it is great. I hear equally good things about steer safe. Don't think that you can go wrong with either one.
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Safe t plus is not just a shock. The springs are internal. I have a safe t plus and it is great. I hear equally good things about steer safe. Don't think that you can go wrong with either one.
Thanks MotorPro...The Safe T Plus looks more professional, I did not realize it had internal springs...... anyone have any idea of which one would be the easier DIY?
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Thanks MotorPro...The Safe T Plus looks more professional, I did not realize it had internal springs...... anyone have any idea of which one would be the easier DIY?
Here's a Youtube video that walks you through the Safe-T-Plus installation:

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