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    With the Explorer not having sway bars. I want to add a steering stabilizer to her. With the 4" lift I don't think a factory one will work. So, that means finding one that will work. How do I measure for size?

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    Ya still on IFS or you straight axle ?
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    Modified IFS, more accurately twin traction beams.
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