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Dana 44 Complete Crossover & High Steer Kit (1 Ton)

Dana 44 Complete Crossover & High Steer Kit (1 Ton)

Due to high demand please allow a 3-5 business day turnaround on Steering Kits

The adjustment is easier because we add Hex Head TRE weld bungs so a cresent wrench is your adjustment tool, not a pipe wrench which will scar the tube and if too deep cause a major stress riser. Not to mention what it does to the paint...

These are stronger than stock because we use 1.5" X .25" Wall DOM tubing and the TRE's are much more beefy than stock.

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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!

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 tapered knuckle inserts. (Standard GM taper)

Click HERE for high angle tapered knuckle inserts (For high angle taper)

Click HERE for 90 degree steering stabilizer bracket

Click HERE for flat mount steering stabilizer bracket


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David on -- Asked: Will this work on 03 jeep wrangler rubicon 44? Tie rod and pitman holes have been drilled to 5/8...running approximately 5.5 of lift. Does this kit push the drag link and tie rod forward away from the differential??

Answered: You would need to switch out your knuckles to accept high steer arms. It would put the steering linkage on top of the knuckles https://www.ruffstuffspecialties.com/catalog/D30001J.html
Spencer R. on -- Asked: Will this work on my 1978 Ford F250 Dana 44 hi pinion?

Answered: You should have flat top knuckles you can drill and tap to accept the high steer arm mounting stud pattern. Most the old school wheeler's used 3 studs as the chevy driverside knuckle came from factory with 3 studs for the push pull style steering already, and they mirrored that pattern to the passengerside. The new ones use 4 studs, but our arms will bolt to both 3 stud and 4 stud applications.
Troy B. on -- Asked: What pitman arm do I need to use for this setup? I have a 79 F250 4wd, this appears to be the kit I need, is that correct? Would I need a tap for the DOM tubing, for the tie rods?

Answered: Depends on the suspension/lift, but you do need a GM 1 ton tapered pitman arm. You may be able to just ream your current pitman arm to the GM taper or use our Tapered Drag link insert.
Bret A. on -- Asked: will this steering kit work on a 79 bronco?

Answered: It will if you have Dana 44 flat top knuckles that are/can be drilled and tapped for 3 stud/4 stud high steer arms. Our high steer arms will fit both 3 stud and 4 stud applications.
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45.00 pounds

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