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Old 01-26-2010, 08:25 PM   #1
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what does everyone think of there steering system ? i was thinking of getting that one , how does heim joint ends handle on the street ? its not my DD but i do drive it on the streets and just want people opinions on it who run the set up as apposed to other set ups either over the knuckle or not http://www.ironrockoffroad.com/Merch..._Code=IR-TOTKS

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nobody on here runs the iron rock steering set up ?????????????
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I have the ORO-U turn with the steering stabilizer works great but will not work with stock rims.. they REQUIRED me to buy 3.75 back spaced rims.. which I didnt know about until I put the old rims back on and it would not roll

But I love it and recommend it 110%.. the ORO U-Turn that is..

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looks good , my wheels are 3.75 already , oro ?
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looks good , my wheels are 3.75 already , oro ?
yup.. not cheap though.. figured with all the other stuff I did I didnt want a weak link in the system.. still more to do on that.. dorango steering box and reinforce the frame..

http://www.offroadonly.com/products/new/u-turn/

dont remember how much I spent.. it was factory direct though.. talked to the owner of the company.. always buy from the source if you can help it.. ask him when he is having a sale and what the sale price is.. they have em on the shelf and 10% less in his pocket is better than $ on his shelf.. know what I mean?
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good stuff , ill look into that
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wow 650 bucks tho ? thats alot no matter , i'd build my own for that , i was thinking of the iro because its reasonable for the money , i actually still may build my own
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thats cool.. the plates that move where the steering attaches to the wheels was a big +. I can fab but for the $ I thought it was worth it. There are some places to not skimp.. steaks.. women.. Jeeps.. LOL BTW~ the stabilizer is an added 125 +/-.. did you see my signature?!

and that was before I found out that my wife is pregnant with our first.

Going out to the garage now.. wife has girls night here.. so its man-cave 4 me..

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