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Old 07-24-2010, 11:35 PM   #31
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I've got the AA SYE, it's a good strong unit. As far as the steering, it's the drag-link and tie-rod. I bought a used Currier steering off a guy for $150 and it's just as good as new. You can get by without it, if you aren't going to do any serious wheeling, otherwise I'd suggest upgrading on the 35's... hell I noticed my stock steering starting to bend with 32's.

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