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Old 04-06-2012, 10:46 PM   #1
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Steering project questions

I'm trying to put together a plan for upgraded steering since I'm moving up to 37" rubber shortly. Been looking at some of the PSC upgrades. I've heard that the double ended full hydro steer kit is great for off-road but no so good on pavement. So right now i'm leaning towards PSC's Jeep TJ Extreme Duty Cylinder Assist Kit. Can I run a high steer kit also? If I've understood it correctly then I won't need a steering stabilizer with that setup. Any thoughts on steering would be helpful. Thanks

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Old 04-06-2012, 11:03 PM   #2
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On the full hydro what happens is that you tend to get wondering with it. As you go down the highway it seems that you are always chasing them. Now the hydro assist seems to be the way to go for a highway rig. It still works the same as your regular power steering but there is no wondering. As for the high steer, it should work because you are basically using your regular steering system.

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Well it seems as though you are as helpful on the computer as you are on the trails spotting! Thanks again BV!
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Well I check alot of stuff out on line and listen to some of the big guys and what they have on theirs. Then I take their ideas and see what I can come up with to work on mine. If you need some ideas just go onto Pirate 4x4 and research it. Those guys do some crazy stuff on there. Just be prepared that when you ask a seemingly simple question that you might a smartass reply. They do use some "Harsh" language on there too. But still one of the better areas to do some research.
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