Check out this old article from Four Wheeler on our steering arms with Reid Knuckles
Written by Jordan Jones May 1, 2009
Link to original article HERE
The Dana 44 and the closely related 10-Bolt are two of the most commonly used front axles around. It comes as no surprise that the aftermarket provides such a multitude of readily-available upgrades. We've got a few of these axles under trucks ourselves- one in particular that needed some steering help. And being that our axle is under a '73-'87 Chevy, the factory steering system guiding that axle can become inadequate when suspension travel is increased. The stock GM design uses a draglink that runs parallel with the frame, correctly following the path that the leaf springs take the axle when compressing and rebounding. This is...
Below are some old magazine articles that we had on our website:
We're grateful ( and kinda proud, too) that the major four-wheel drive magazines have included us in their pages, on their TV shows and videos so many times over the years.
Below: Our green monster made the 4WOR cover!
It gives us the idea that ORD products and our particular brand of 'wheelin wackiness must be on the right track!
This is where we'll share some of our magazine coverage - features on our rigs, plus tech and installation articles involving our products. Check out the first samples by clicking...