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crossover steering

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by ducati-cooter, Jan 26, 2002.

  1. ducati-cooter

    ducati-cooter Registered Member

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    I am wondering if anyone makes a crossover steering system for a 10 bolt axle. I would get a D60 or a D44 but I don't have any real good places to go wheeling here in Madison WI. Any help would be appreciated.
     
  2. Chaz88K5

    Chaz88K5 1/2 ton status

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    to do a crossover on a ten bolt you need to find a passenger D44 nuckle with the flat top...and have it drilled out and taped for studs...then you are sent to go..hope this helps

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  3. m j

    m j 1/2 ton status

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    Offroad design can sell you everything you need but I think you still have to find the flattop knuckles(pretty sure you need both so they will match???)

    formerly 77chev
    still a jerk though
     
  4. sinchphoto

    sinchphoto 1/2 ton status

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    or take a cheeper route. get the crossover done to your tie rod. your tie rod has a hole in it for your steering stableizer. flip your tie rod so you have that hole on the passengers side. you get that hole tappered the size of a tie rod end. you now connect a rod from the pitman arm to that tie rod you just machined. This is sort of how some fords have their steering systems.
     

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