Upgrade your non-GK vibratory equipment with General Kinematics quality, starting with GK Parts vibratory stabilizers!

GK now carries vibratory stabilizer / rocker legs for other brands of vibratory equipment, which are listed in the charts below. Should you have a stabilizer not listed, no problem! Contact your GK parts specialist and we will create a stabilizer for your application that offers improved performance and a longer service life.

All GK stabilizers feature our proprietary bushing technology, which uses a unique manufacturing process that increases performance and durability. GK bushings also are easily replaceable, so you can reuse the same leg castings over and over.

GK Parts also offers drive upgrades and other components to improve the operation of your existing vibratory equipment. For more information about GK stabilizers for your machine and application, contact a GK Parts specialist.

Replacement Stabilizers for other manufacturers equipment

Reference
Part Number
GK Part NumberCenter LengthWidth
Carrier 110402CP10-01-51-A9 1/2″3 1/4″110402 stabilizer
Carrier 110406CP10-01-53-A15 3/4″3 1/4″110406 stabilzer leg
Carrier 110407CP10-01-55-A15 3/4″5 1/2″110407 rocker leg
Carrier 110401CP10-01-57-A9 1/2″5 1/2″110401 rocker arm
Carrier 110412CP10-01-59-A18 3/4″5 1/2″110412 stabilizer rocker arm
CDC-2052 / DS-140010-01-50-A (ductile)14″3 1/4″10-01-42-A

 

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