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crazyracer

Tres Cuatro Tacos
Sep 27, 2006
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Honestly probably not for a while. I dont have problem with the stock style. Plus I need to buy a new 3rd n axles
You say that, but....

then your stock steering breaks on the street in Anza Borrego from fatigue and you're left using 3 pairs of sunglasses, 7016 rod, a 1" bolt, and a prison welder to fix your truck in the middle of BFE. It's not safe to run stock steering for too long.


 

FasterNU

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Jun 28, 2006
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^^^ have to admit.. I was expecting waaaay more bump steer in those full droop photos with that stock steering!!

And yea.... having steering fail would be scary and potentially way more expensive!!
 
Feb 24, 2003
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If you do your own fab you can build a swing steer setup for roughly $500 yourself in materials.

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I'm paranoid enough that I'm stepping up to a Howe pump/box/ram on mine this summer if not sooner. I'll have to see what's left in the budget after my motor build and trans service here in Jan to decide if I have the pennies to go with the steering or roll the dice for the last part of the desert season before stepping up. I'm REALLY hoping to do the full steering and a full floater on mine before next desert season. My current goal is to simply have mine running for the last few months of this season!
 

nebf150

alignment guy here
Oct 23, 2007
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i already have the ambulance steering on the truck have had it for a few years now and i also carry a full set of steering on the truck already pre set
pull the 3 nuts off the pitman arm and both steering knuckles and put on the other set
swing steering will come in due time right now there are other things i need to do first
 

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