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GM D44 and 10 bolt crossover and high steer

GM D44 and 10 bolt crossover and high steer

Replacement Kevlar  Tie Rod / Draglink End Boots, Gray, Pair

Replacement Kevlar Tie Rod / Draglink End Boots, Gray, Pair

67-91 GM Trucks High Steer System for a Kingpin Dana 60

**Installing this system requires swapping to a 2WD steering gear box**

The straight axle GM trucks suffer from some serious steering problems, one of the biggest is due to poor geometry. The factory GM steering will fail to steer the truck when you're in twisted offroad situations, in fact, there are many times when the steering box is all the way to lock and the tires are pointed straight! Our solution to this is a "crossover steering" system where the draglink runs side to side instead of front to back. This dramatically improves the steering geometry and makes turning to the axle stops possible under all conditions.

With High Steer the tie rod (the link connecting the two knuckles) is moved from the stock location to the top of the knuckle. If you are consistently bashing your tie rod on rocks this is a great way to protect it. Keep in mind if you plan on moving your axle you can run into clearance issues. 

Due to clearance concerns we do not recommend moving the front axle forward if you're using the tie rod in the high steer location as this kit does

 

~1-2 week leadtime

As low as $800.00
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67-91 GM Trucks High Steer System for a Kingpin Dana 60

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Why do you need crossover/high steer?

What is needed for crossover steering?

Why use our crossover steering kit?

Steering Gear Box Information

What about my sway bar?

Information for 9"+ lifted trucks

What is the difference between high steer and crossover steering?

Kit Contains:

(2) Steering arms

(2) Stud kits

(4) Rod ends

(1) Pitman arm

(1) Drag link

(1) High steer tie rod

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