I don't use one on my truck but I'll see if I can't get an idea of how to mount it. Give me a bit.
Is your truck lifted? How large a tire are you running? If you don't have a lift and BIG tires a stabilizer really is a waste. I run 33x11.5 tires on my '91 Z71 and have no need for a stabilizer. IMO a stabilizer only hides steering/suspension issues on stock IFS trucks. Used to run a Bronco with 8" lift & 36" tires without a stab. I did add one when I went to 39" mudders.
That's what I'm running. I use 33 BFG A/T KO's & have no problems. I did just rebuild the front end with a PST polygraphite kit & pro comp shocks so my front end is super tight. If you run an M/T tire you will get a little more feed back through the steering wheel.
I was at Lowe's & Home Depot earlier and looked at about a dozen 90's era Chevy 4x trucks and none had a stabilizer.
Chevy did offer a factory stab on 3/4 & 1 tons during the 90's. They used a different centerlink with an extra hole next to the idler arm hole and a bracket on the back of the crossmember on the drivers side.
I would guess an after market setup would use a similar arrangement but with a couple of u-bolts & a bracket on the centerlink. I didn't see any factory holes on the frame to mount a bracket to so you probably have to drill your own.
wow thanks. can you give me a link where you found that image? i've got a '96 2DR 4WD Tahoe. I just put 4 new pro comp shocks on it and the stabilizer was part of the package. I've got a 3" body lift with 285 Goodyear MTRs. I'm gonna eventually go with a 4" suspension lift and 35's as soon as these wear out.