|08-12-2014 11:17 PM|
|08-12-2014 10:10 PM|
Sorry, wrong thread. I thought this was new.
Is there no way to delete a post? Ive asked this a number of times and no one has answered.
|12-13-2011 08:57 PM|
|12-13-2011 07:41 PM|
|12-13-2011 03:22 PM|
|Gary2||I have connections at NAPA and get great prices but gave up on their steering boxes years ago on my pick up , it took 3 to get one right and it still didn't last , they are as hit or miss as any other parts store. I eventually went with PSC and have continued to use them on anything that needs a box|
|12-12-2011 10:27 PM|
|fourty4magjr||I got my Durango box from a junkyard for 50 so I went with it and I like it not much of a difference that I can tell. I only have 31s but i had to replace it so why. It get the Durango one . And that link that pickncrew posted is full of all the info you'll need!|
|12-12-2011 10:19 PM|
I hear what you are saying SirGeorge...
|12-12-2011 10:12 PM|
|SirGeorgeKillian||I'll be the odd ball, if you are changing a broken part, replace it with something better. Just because you don't have plans for anything larger than 33's doesn't mean that you will never put anything larger than 33's on. Especially hanging around this place|
|12-12-2011 09:35 PM|
Hope it's okay to post this link but think it sums it up the best... pretty informative:
Durango Steering Gear Swap
"If you have a stock TJ there is no real reason to do this swap.
The major reason for the Durango swap is due to the increased turning power provided by the larger internal piston which is better suited for Jeeps with larger than stock tires (34" or larger)"
|12-12-2011 08:52 PM|
|Jerry Bransford||If you have no plans to go bigger than 33", I'd just go with a stock steering box. I'd definitely go with the NAPA steering box, I wouldn't mount anything from Autozone.|
|12-12-2011 08:50 PM|
New Steering Gear Box - go Durango or Stock?
I have to replace the stock steering gear box in the '02 TJ as it's leaking badly but I have been considering replacing (upgrading) it to the '99 Durango box for greater durability and quicker turning. The thing is I have no plans to run greater than 33" tires and I am wondering if the added expense. In my case - combo on/off road use, trail rides, nothing extreme.
Are folks happy with their Durango boxes? Worth it or any Regrets / Problems? Any feedback is appreciated... thanks.
Pricing excluding core charge:
Napa stock: $166.95
Napa Durango: $224.70
Autozone stock: $139.99
Autozone Durango: $187.99 Duralast
Advance Auto stock: $135.99
Advance Auto Durango: $179.99 Fenco
(- $50 w/coupon code)