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Old 08-25-2014, 04:02 PM
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Is a sd or newer steering box better on ower trucks

Okay I'm doing a coil suspension on my ttb is there another steering box that would give sharper tighter steering and bolt in with minimum mosifications may not be feasible at all but just a thought
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The limit on your steering are the stops on the knuckle and how far a u joint can deflect when in 4wd. From the factory it's about as good as it's gunna get.. That being said you can look at different pitman arms, a longer arm will allow more travel of the draglink...
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