Get a good one.
These guys that think they just hide issues dont really know what they're saying.
Big trucks with big tires get movement even with new parts and everything right and tight.
The stabilizer shock just assists in controlling that movement. Not hiding it.
If something is bad you will notice. Tie rod, ball joint, wheel bearing, etc.
On a personal experience my truck was 8" lift on 36" Swampers.
New bearings, u-joints, ball joints, tie rods, pitman arm, etc.
Rebuilt front end. Stabilizer shock crapped out on the way to work a month later. At 50mph it started to wobble so hard it almost tore my truck apart and wanted to throw me in the ditch.
Scarey thing the death wobble is.
New dual stabilizer (upgrade) and life was good again.
Had nothing to do with hiding issues.
Its part of a system.
Its why even new factory vehicles have stabilizer shocks.