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5" lift steering arm or pittman arm

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by timpact14, May 6, 2007.

  1. timpact14

    timpact14 Registered Member

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    running all 5" lift alcan springs...i've heard a pittman arm wont work well with lift over 4"...will the raised steering arm be ok instead? any suggestions..
     
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    you need both. if you pay the 25dollars to be a supporting member, you can then use the search feature, and you would have known the answer to this question 3hours ago, when you first asked it.
     
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    get the 4" raised steering arm. the only pitman arm I have seen is a 2" correction. that may have a negative effect. start with the 4" and see where you need to go from there.

    crossover would be best. it's more money the the band-aids you suggested but if you have alcans all the way around you either have the money or you bought them used.
     

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