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which x-over steering kit??

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by muddybuddy, Jun 23, 2005.

  1. muddybuddy

    muddybuddy 3/4 ton status

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    hey guys, ive got an 8" lift and after 3 weeks of the draglink and raised steering arm, im tired of it. i want crossover steering! haha its going to take me a little bit to get the money, but which kit should i got with? i know there are alot out there. i want to know the best kit for the money, so when i do have the $$ i can jump right on it

    thanks guys
     
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    WFO Concepts.

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    Stephen 1/2 ton status Moderator Vendor

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    Check our CK5 member specials, I think you'll be pleased.
     
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    shakerbuilt.com 300 bucks to my door, nice stuff to
     
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    Offroad design is one of the only companies to take Ackerman angles into account with their steering arms. ORD all the way. Great customer service too and don't forget you'll need a two wheel drive gearbox.
     
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    I would get ORDs I have a different brand (parts mike) and while the arms are fine ORD knows blazers period so if you have a problem they can fix them instead of saying "Well I don't know much about Blazers"
     
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    I went with WFO mainly becuase he offered (though on limited availablity) 10 bolt knuckles, already milled, drilled & tapped with the kits, and I'm glad I did because Trevor was awesome to work with.

    Now that's not saying that Stephen over at ORD, or any of the other companies mentioned don't have good stuff and good service....
     
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    Sky Manufacturing

    I got my steering arm from them and it is a great product for a great price. There customer service rocks too.

    Harley
     
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    ord is vary beefy parts. i have two complet setups with highsteer also. pics on there site dont do the stuff good. once i got it wow was i impressed. big stuff. and best of all great help and service. :cool1:
     
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    SKY very nice products
     

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