Ural has released their 2014 style hydraulic steering damper retrofit kit for 2013 and older rigs. Installation is easy, takes about 20 minutes remove the friction damper Punch out the friction disc pin, install right mount on front strut, install left mount using the friction damper knob, and a bolt through the hole where the pin was with the washer between the triple tree and damper bracket, Secure the damper to the brackets with supplied hardware and spacers, center damper on rod making sure it doesn't bottom out at either lock and tighten all hardware. The kit retains the friction damper knob, but it could be replaced with a peice of all thread with a nut and washer on top if desired. The knob on the end of the rod adjusts the dampening rate, there are 15 steps increasing the rate when turned clockwise. On my older rig with the rubber bushings in the swing arms, it makes a significant difference in handling, especially in the corners. It reduces the tendency to follow irregularities or the crown in the road, softens and slows yaw under throttle and braking almost to the point it feels like its eliminated, tracks exactly where you point it in the corners even if they are rough, and makes it feel steadier at higher speeds. In short, what you would expect a damper to do. For 08 and later rigs with bearings in the swing arms I suspect the difference will be less dramatic, but still worthwhile.