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JK: Falcon Nexus EF 2.2 Fast Adjust Steering Stabilizer – 1-3/8” Stock Tie Rod

SKU 01-02-22-110-138
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The Falcon Nexus EF 2.2 Fast Adjust Steering Stabilizer offers a wide range of adjustability with its 3-position Fast Adjust Knob. Settings include Soft, Medium, and Firm.

“High-Value Performance” is the driving force behind our vehicle-specific dampers for Jeeps, trucks, and SUVs. These vehicle-specific steering stabilizers deliver a properly weighted steering feel and consistent bi-directional turning for balanced and controlled side-to-side steering response and an equal return to center dynamics. Falcon Performance Shocks by TeraFlex.


2.2 Fast Adjust:

• Nexus EF 2.2 Fast Adjust Steering Stabilizers offer a wide range of adjustability for specific terrain and/or handling characteristics
• Fast Adjust Knob w/ 3 compression settings for large damping adjustments
• Settings include: Soft, Medium, Firm
• Ideal for daily-driven Jeeps as well as the serious enthusiast wanting to adjust damping for all driving conditions


• JK specific steering stabilizer
• Available for stock 1-3/8” tie rod or heavy-duty 1-1/2” tie rod or heavy-duty 1-5/8” tie rod

Nexus EF Steering Stabilizers:

• Vehicle-specific steering stabilizers
• OEM style sealed rod end joint mounting provides direct responsiveness
• Equal Force (EF) side-to-side resistance for balanced steering wheel response
• Maintains smooth movement under extended and rapid turning maneuvers
• Low-profile body cap for maximum clearance and unobstructed suspension travel
• 2.125” shock body provides optimal performance
• 6061-T6 aluminum alloy shock body resists Impact to protect internal components
• Smooth honed internal shock body surface for long-term performance
• 5/8” induction hardened chrome plated shaft resists rock damage, corrosion, and shaft buckling
• Large shaft diameter provides a wide range of adjustment on adjustable stabilizers
• No shaft displacement issues (no external reservoir required)
• Hard anodized 6061-T6 aluminum alloy billet piston
• 1-piece Teflon bronze piston wear band w/ O-ring
• Digressive linear piston and base valve technology
• OGS (Oil/Gas Separator) prevents cavitation
• High-viscosity, full synthetic Red Line shock oil for consistent performance across all temperatures
• Synthetic formula also contains special anti-wear and lubricity agents
• 1,000-hour salt spray corrosion resistance test on all hardware
• Serviceable and rebuildable (factory serviced)
• Designed, engineered, and assembled in-house from domestic and globally sourced components
• Patented design
• 3-year warranty


• Nexus EF 2.2 Fast Adjust Steering Stabilizer
• All necessary hardware


• JK Wrangler (2-door)
• JK Wrangler Unlimited (4-door)

• 0-6” Lift
• 1-3/8” Stock Tie Rod


• Fits stock 1-3/8” tie rod.
• NOT compatible w/ TeraFlex High Steer Systems (w/ HD Drag Link Flip Kit & HD Tie Rod: # 4391000 or w/ HD Drag Link Flip Kit – No HD Tie Rod: # 4390975 or w/ Drag Link End: # 4390875) or w/ TeraFlex High Steer Knuckles (# 4390870).


2.2 Fast Adjust:

• 1-3/8” Stock Tie Rod (# 01-02-22-110-138)
• 1-1/2” HD Tie Rod (# 01-02-22-110-150)
• 1-5/8” HD Tie Rod (# 01-02-22-110-158)


• 1-3/8” Stock Tie Rod (# 01-02-21-110-138)
• 1-1/2” HD Tie Rod (# 01-02-21-110-150)
• 1-5/8” HD Tie Rod (# 01-02-21-110-158)


1 Hour

Weight:  8.0 

Vehicle Type:
JK Wrangler
JKU Wrangler Unlimited

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December 11th 2017
2017 JKU Rubicon with 35's and Mopar 2" lift. I upgraded from the VSS9550 stabilizer to the Teraflex Nexus EF 2.2. It completely changed the way the vehicle handled. No more nervousness on the freeway, no more constant correction from every little road imperfection or wind buffet. It made a huge difference. For my setup the "medium" setting works best all around. "Firm" was a bit stiff to steer in neighborhoods/parking lots and required a bit of effort at highway speed. "soft" was a big improvement over the original stabilizer, but medium was the best for highway use. Off road "soft" is going to be where you want to be to get that little extra feedback back through the steering wheel. If you have any doubt about forking over the change for this, don't. Just do it.
June 10th 2021
Jamie Bouchard
Holy crap!! I went from a rough country dual stabilizer that felt like I was driving down a heavy rock road when I was only going 0-25. Got my teraflex steering stabilizer installed and omg what a difference it made! Tested out the medium for the city/highway driving and it felt great! Smooth steering wheel, smooth steering and stiff but a great kind of stiff! And then firm with the highway felt great! Didn’t feel like I was gonna blow off the road! 2.5inch lift on 35s. Can’t wait to upgrade the shocks!!