I went wheeling today. I have had crossover on for 2 runs. Both on a trail rated at 3ish. Nothing discusting or terribly difficult by AZ standards. I have only standard crossover. No hydro or hysteer. I do have a 1" spacer for my zero rates and therefore 1" extended steering studs. I sheared the front 2 steering studs off at knuckle height. Lost most all my steering. I had to covert back to to a stock steering setup to get my truck home. I will get pics of the studs that I sheared ASAP. I lost 1 stud on the trail and I pulled the second one ouf ot the steering arm by hand. The only one left was a grade 8 bolt that I am using for the rear hole in the steering arm. It was fine and the only thing holding my steering together. The studs I used were from Sky so I am going to call them and complain on Tuesday. I have had these studs in here for less then 2 months and only 2 offroad runs. Harley P.S. for people going to run crossover on a D44 or 10 bolt. Someone (I dont remember who offhand) is drilling arms and knuckles for 5/8" studs. This might be road you want to take. I may go this route if I have to. I may try running all bolts or see if ARP is going to make high strength studs.