Steering Stabilisers

As another integral component of the Old Man Emu 4WD suspension range, steering stabilisers are designed to reduce the effect of wheel vibration and improve the feel, handling and control of the vehicle. They will also reduce the aggressive rotation of the steering wheel over rough roads without affecting steering wheel return.

  • 9 stage coil spring valving for optimum performance
  • 15mm piston rod provides improved strength
  • Stone guard protects the piston rod against stone damage
  • 35mm piston and bore allows increased oil volume
  • Twin tube design protects the internal components against stone damage
  • Multi lip seal prevents oil loss
  • Original stabiliser mounts are used where appropriate

Hardware

The OME range doesn’t just stop with shocks, springs and bushingings. At ARB we take integration to the highest level with our own range of U bolts, centre bolts, spring liners and more.

Bushings

OME offers a variety of urethane and rubber bushing kits for shock absorbers, leaf springs, pan hard rods, control arms and sway bars. Unique features like our exclusive splined leaf spring bushingingings and caster correction kits ensure proper performance.

Fitting Hardware

Old Man Emu products come complete with a vehicle specific fitting kit for easy installation and peace of mind.

  • SHOCK ABSORBERS AND SPRINGS - WHAT DO THEY DO?

    Put simply, your vehicle’s springs hold the vehicle weight and set its ride height, while the shock absorber controls the motion of the spring during compression and rebound; keeping the tyres planted firmly on the road. Both components are designed to work together, so the changing of a spring’s specification should also require the changing of the shock absorber that controls it.

    For example:
    Increasing the spring rate so that it is capable of carrying more load will require the shock absorber to be valved so that it can handle the increased forces of the rebounding spring whilst also providing controlled compression. Increasing a spring’s length for greater ride height will require lengthening of the shock absorber body and possibly lengthening its range of travel in order to prevent the topping or bottoming of the shock absorber.

  • DECIDING WHAT RATING SPRINGS TO PUT YOUR 4WD

    Put simply, your vehicle’s springs hold the vehicle weight and set its ride height, while the shock absorber controls the motion of the spring during compression and rebound; keeping the tyres planted firmly on the road. Both components are designed to work together, so the changing of a spring’s specification should also require the changing of the shock absorber that controls it.

    For example:
    Increasing the spring rate so that it is capable of carrying more load will require the shock absorber to be valved so that it can handle the increased forces of the rebounding spring whilst also providing controlled compression. Increasing a spring’s length for greater ride height will require lengthening of the shock absorber body and possibly lengthening its range of travel in order to prevent the topping or bottoming of the shock absorber.

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