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WFO steering arms

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by BLZN4FN, Jun 20, 2005.

  1. BLZN4FN

    BLZN4FN 1/2 ton status

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    Anyone here have any input or using WFO high steer arms?
    Just need a little input before I spend the money on them.

    also pics would be helpfull
     
  2. Hossbaby50

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    I have heard good things about WFO's stuff. I personally run Sky's steering tall steering arm on my 10 bolt and I am very happy with there product. It is a good piece of hardware. There service is awesome too.

    Harley
     
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    jekbrown I am CK5 Premium Member GMOTM Winner Author

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    WFO is the freakin bomb. Love his stuff and his customer service. I run his double arms so the tie rod is behind/above the front diff. Pretty sweet set up and really helps the axles own "approach angle".

    j
     
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    Zeus33rd Smarter than you GMOTM Winner

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    Wes?!?!!? When did you make a return? Good to see ya back brother. :D

    Anyways, I have the same knobs from WFO-
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    The WFO shop is about 15 minutes down the road from me. Bought them in person and they have a couple of my diff covers in thier showroom. Trevor and his brother are both great guys to talk to. I don't run his arms cause I had an ORD arm fall into my hands for very cheap. When the time comes to go to high steer, I most definatley will go with the WFO stuff. I've seen and handled it in person and can vouch for the quality. :)
     
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    I kinda wish i would have gotten crossover / high steer arms like theirs... now, I love my ORD stuff... but their (ORDs) setup (w/ both the the drag link and tie rod in fornt of the diff) isn't gonna work out too well when I move the 52's up front and push the axle out a few more inches....

    WTOs one the other hand might be a little more friendly to moving the axle forward on a hi-steer setup cuz the the tie rod is behind the diff... well out of the way of the drag link.....
     
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    I too have WFO's Double hi-steer arms and the billet shift knobs..I can't say anything that has not been said already but Trevor is a stand up guy and they make some killer stuff..
     
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    i have a wfo crossover arm on my k5 and i love it. very well built and excellent people to work with
     
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    Zeus33rd Smarter than you GMOTM Winner

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    Wait till ya see what my truck is gonna look like in a week or so... Maybe I can influence ya to chop and tube one of those nice clean K30's of yours. :D
     
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    I also run the WFO Double ended Hi Steer arms, tierod, draglink, TR ends, pitman arm, etc...
    I couldn't be happier w/ the service that I got from them. The products seem fantastic and the fit / finish is perfect. I can't say how mine work on the trail as the truck has never left the driveway since I installed it all, and since it is going to get parted out at the end of the summer... who knows if it will ever leave the driveway. The WFO stuff won't swap over to a Yota, so it will go too... :crazy: Lots of $$ to spend on something to never use it...

    Trevor is VERY easy to work with and their shipping is FAST FAST FAST!!!!
     
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    Maybe, just maybe. ;) You won't be able to get me to do anything to my black & silver '85 K30 though. :laugh:
     

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