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Old 04-17-2013, 07:21 PM   #1
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Steering damper, there's got to be a solution

other than buying a replacement to relocate the mounting bracket. Can the tie rod clamp be removed, turned half over and flipped around so the bolt is on top?

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What about the axle end? And you can buy brackets that will work with the factory stabilizer.

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The bracket to relocate the axle end is cheap. Or too could easily make your own.
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The bracket to relocate the axle end is cheap. Or too could easily make your own.
Making that end bracket wouldn't be all that. Do you think the tie rod end can be flipped?
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Depending on the design of the axle bracket, the tie rod bracket can be rotated/flipped.
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Looks like my next project. Thanks.

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