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Discussion in 'General Parts for Sale' started by k5s10, Mar 2, 2007.

  1. k5s10

    k5s10 Registered Member

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    I have the raised pitman arm for my 4 inch lift with a stock steering arm. Would this work at cleaning up my angle? Or would this be too much lif/drop? Thanks

    ~Brian
     
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    Brian,

    This pitman arm drops the draglink mounting point 2" from stock pitman arm location improving draglink angle and steering radius.I bought it to use with my 6" lift but changed to crossover steering instead.

    Johnny
     
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    So this would improve my steering?
     
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    M1ndless,

    It will improve steering if you have a steep draglink angle.
     
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    I just did a 4" lift and have the stock arm, it looks alot different than that. I am switching over to a suspension lift with a new steering arm for lifted trucks so I will see then.
     
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    M1ndless,
    If you are going to use a raised steering arm with your new suspension I wouldnt use a dropped pitman arm also unless you are going with alot of suspension lift.

    ~Johnny
     
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