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Old 05-01-2012, 04:33 PM   #1
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my steering box is shot..i would love to do a ram but im not setup with the right axles (not doing it with the d30 lol) and money is tight..

my question is, aside from a stock replacement what are my options?

i have done some research but id like some opinions

durrango box- heard good things but only a 3 bolt..not too excited about that

agr box- heard alot of bad things..but most was just forums retail for about $400

psc- read they are a great brand but only found one box and it was also a 3 bolt want to say retail from quadratec was about $275


any input is appreciated whether you know an option is better or worse more economical etc..

my jeep is a weekend warrior. i drive it to spots and wheel. no crazy rock crawling. its a 93 with 35" tires and a small block with stock rebuilt pump for a 73 fullsize blazer

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i found it hard to believe that not one person on here has experience with any of those boxes lol

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bump for any advice
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I ran an AGR box with rockram on blackie way back in the day and I liked it. If I was to do it again I would send your box down to the guys at west texas offroad and have them redo and plumb it for a ram. I think they call it the redneck ram setup
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I ran an AGR box with rockram on blackie way back in the day and I liked it. If I was to do it again I would send your box down to the guys at west texas offroad and have them redo and plumb it for a ram. I think they call it the redneck ram setup
Are you the only person on this forum who helps lol. Thanks for the input. I'm a leaning away from ram only bc of my axle setup but the agr box may be in my future
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You know you can count on me if I know about the subject hehe....if your not gonna ram it I would just get another stock box. I am gonna run stock on my GE jeep

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