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I can't find anyone with crossover steering


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Well my bushings are shot. I am thinking about buying a cross over steering kit but was wondering if the ...


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Old 03-25-2010, 08:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Well my bushings are shot. I am thinking about buying a cross over steering kit but was wondering if the left hand kits can just be flipped and will work on my RHD steering. I am attaching some pictures of mine if anyone could reference against them.






This is what I am looking at getting but was wondering if I could flip it around and use it on my Jeep.


http://www.quadratec.com/products/56118_102.htm


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hummm it might work as long as the length is the same


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hummm it might work as long as the length is the same
not sure on this one but a lot of people on another forum is telling me that kit causes a lot of bump steer. i am now looking at the rusty's kit. it uses stock tie rod ends instead of heim joints. ordering it monday will post pictures at the end of next weekend if i can squeeze the install in before Easter.


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So I received my Rusty's kit today and got it put on at a friend's shop. Bolted up awesome. Really great quality craftsmanship in it.
















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looks awesome. any bumpsteer?


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looks awesome. any bumpsteer?
no bumpsteer. i also just replaced my trackbar also. it is like driving a whole new jeep. also addressed the seal in my rear axle leaking. the gear oil drained into the drums which means i have been driving with out rear brakes for awhile. much better now.


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not to hijack you post but are you running a ox locker up front? If so how do you like it? We are thinking down the road of getting one for our Wrangler.
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i like it but rather something that is button operated if i could do it all over again. i am really like what i am reading about the arb air locker. i have to get something new when i upgrade to 4:88 gears.


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