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3/4" Heim Steering Kit

3/4" Heim Steering Kit

Before you take a look at this kit consider something...

If you are using High Steer Arms, you should use the 7/8" kit; it is only $10 more and substantially stronger. This kit should only be used when using the stock knuckle mount and it is too small to safely bore to 3/4". This is my opinion only, but the cost & weight differences are minimal and the strength difference substantial.

This is your not so basic steering setup that uses 3/4" heims with easier adjustment & much stronger tubing. The kit can be used with stock steering position on the knuckle or High Steer arms. The arms or knuckles would need a 5/8" bore.

These are stronger than stock because we use 1.5" X .25" Wall DOM tubing and 3/4" Ruffstuff Heat Treated Chromoly heim joints.


You will receive:

 One of the unique things about this setup is the Safety Misalignment. We combine the misalignment you need with the Safety Washer you also need, eliminating a join point which is a potential stress riser and an obvious shear point.

We do not provide the 5/8" bolts you will need. You must determine the length you need and it will vary with the thickness of your High Steer arm & Pitman Arm.

We supply more DOM than you need because it is way too easy to make a mistake in your calculations and you can always cut tube, growing it back is the hard part! If you are running 35" tires or larger it is recommended to run our 7/8 heim kit


This is a do it yourself style kit that requires welding by a competent person with the right equipment, don't skimp, do it right! You will need to check clearances with the steering at lock to see if you need to add any bends before you cut it down to clear diff covers, sway bar mounts, etc

 

Additional Products you may need to install this kit: 

Click HERE for 90 degree steering stabilizer bracket

Click HERE for flat mount steering stabilizer bracket

 

Customer Reviews
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 8 Reviews
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5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Best bang for your buck
By Dallen in ID on 8.25.2017
Awesome steering kit. Compared to other kits, this steering setup is beefy and the best bang for your buck!

5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Great product and fast shipping
By Bradley Hays in OR on 5.8.2017
Very happy with my purchase of this product and how sturdy it is. Looks good and is just what I wanted. Fast shipping was at my door right when it was supposed to be.

5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 94 YJ Steering
By Kenny Akins in CA on 11.13.2016
Installed this kit on my 94 Jeep YJ it was really easy to install works great and looks awesome. It is a must add to any Jeep. GREAT PRICE

5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Fast shipping great product
By Kirk Bumgardner in CA on 8.30.2015
I ordered this steering kit for a 91 cherokee project worked out great

5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 one hell of a beefy kit
By Michael Bonafede in VA on 3.20.2015
Exceeded my expectations on this one! Awesome kit everything needed to make one hell of a steering setup. Great customer service and fast shipping. I feel bad for the rock or tree that comes into contact with these bars

5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Best kit available!
By Nathan Renford in ND on 9.12.2014
This kit comes complete with all the pieces you will need to beef up your steering. I used this kit for a 98 XJ cherokee, measurements for the tie rod were 52" from center of eye to eye, and 37.5" for the drag link eye to eye. You will need to drill your stock knuckles. Fit perfect with no rubbing. Tighter, crisper, more responsive steering. Well worth the $$! Best customer support available.

5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Very nice product
By Adam Duncan in PA on 3.1.2013
I ordered this kit for my ZJ. I wasn't able to go with the larger 7/8" kit due to the size of my stock spindles. I had to call RSS to find this out, so I'll share it here for future use for everyone: When deciding whether to buy the 3/4" or 7/8" kit, measure where you stock TRE attaches to the spindle. The larger joints require drilling a 3/4" hole. Make sure you have at least 5/8" left all around the potential hole. If you don't, then buy the the smaller 3/4" kit which requires drilling a 5/8" hole. Its a nice kit, quality joints, and very good customer service. I'd recommend this kit to anyone who is running a smaller axle such as a D30.

5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Heavy Duty
By Mark Krueger in CA on 11.19.2012
Great steering setup! Heavy duty and strong! If you're looking for a solid steering setup, this is the one to go with! Great value for the money and super helpful staff. Thanks for the help Dan!

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Brinton on 1-12-2018 Asked: I’m considering this for my 97 Dodge Ram 1500 w/ sport package would I have to ream out the holes or would I be able to use a dill to make the hole not tapered then stick a bolt down through. Also Not sure about if able to go with the bigger set up. I have a Dana 44 front axle.

Answered: The 3/4" heim steering kit would require you to drill a straight 5/8" hole to run a 5/8" bolt. The 7/8" heim steering kit would require you to drill the knuckles out to 3/4" for a 3/4" bolt. We do recommend the 7/8" heim kit for vehicles running 35" and larger tires to help prevent pre-mature wear on the joints.
shawn on 1-6-2018 Asked: I'm new to this what's the inside diameter of the heim joint that the bolt goes through

Answered: With this steering kit, it comes with 5/8" misalignments so you would need 5/8" bolts.
Sam on 12-22-2017 Asked: Can I use this on a 98 Dodge Ram 2500?

Answered: You can, but you may want to consider the 7/8 heim steering kit for that heavy of a truck if you have larger than stock tires. We recommend the 7/8 heim kit for 35" tires or larger to prevent premature wear of the joints. Personally, I'm running the GM 1 ton y-link kit on my 98 Ram 2500. You do need a 5 degree bend on each end of the tie rod to clear the differential cover and the panhard mount on the passenger side of the axle.
Nadim N. on 12-14-2017 Asked: #34steer Do u have a kit without the tube?! Or shall i take every part number available in the kit & buy it separately,?! In this case where can i find the following: 4- tie rod steering misalignement Thanks

Answered: Yes, it's listed as "3/4 heim steering kit *No Tube*" Part number: 34STEER-REPLACE
Alex V. on 12-1-2017 Asked: I own a Jeep TJ 2004. What steering kits can I look into if I want to replace the stock kit with something a lot tougher? I'm running 35s but want something strong enough for running 37s, not that I will.

Answered: With 35" and larger tires, we recommend using our 7/8 heim steering kit to prevent premature wear on the joints for hardcore wheelers. Our steering kits use much thicker tubing than stock.(1.5"x.25" DOM tubing) We also have our pre-bent and welded GM 1 ton steering kit specifically for Jeep TJ, XJ, LJ and MJ. This GM kit only requires you to ream your knuckles and pitman arm to accept the larger GM taper, and then bolt it in.
Price: 
$225.00
Rating:
5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 8 Reviews Read
Part Number: 
34STEER
Shipping Weight: 
40.00 pounds
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