<strong>Steering Stabilizer: </strong> While steering stabilizers can mask frontend issues and aren’t a “fix” for death wobble, they are still an important part of the steering system that should be checked periodically. A properly working and mounted stabilizer can absorb unwanted secondary vibrations that can lead to death wobble. Also note that not all steering stabilizers in the aftermarket are created equal. Some companies sell shocks designed to mount in the vertical position as a steering stabilizer that gets mounted in the horizontal position. The problem with this arrangement is that some of these shocks, when horizontally mounted, can experience a change in resistance through the stroke. A good steering stabilizer has linear resistance throughout the entire stroke and won’t change based on the shock’s mounted position.