Being a rainy day today, I was bored and decided to disassemble a steering gear to see what maked it tick. I've come to the conclusion that someone with a decent mechanical aptitude and a couple tools could drill and tap his own gear box for ram fittings. Further, modifying a pump to put out a little more than stock is pretty straightforward, requiring only removal of the relief valve and punching out the port and increasing the spring tension. Additionally, all the parts required, cylinder, fittings and hoses, are available at TSC. My question is: Why would anyone pay upwards of 1000 bux for a rock ram system unless they don't really work on their own rig?