JKS Manufacturing says the Jeep JK Wrangler's stock steering stabilizer is especially vulnerable to damage due to its location below the front axle centerline, so they've come up with a relocation bracket to move it out of harm's way.
Designed for the 2007-current Jeep Wrangler, the steering stabilizer relocation bracket is assembled from 0.25-inch steel and can be attached to the vehicle in two ways. The first is the easier method, and that's to simply bolt it on with supplied fasteners. The second is to weld it on. It's a bit more work, and you may want to pull out the welder's mask, but it's also an opportunity to reinforce the factory Panhard rod bracket on the axle housing. Pricing: $58.99.