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I have searched and searched... does anyone make anything to make these high steer? Pics? Involved?
 

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I got a performance unlimited tie rod and drag link, dilled out the knucles and mounted it on top viola.
 

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The early bronco steering arm is already pretty high. Flip the tie rod on top, and you'll be looking pretty good. It gets the TR almost above the axle tube.

I heard there are clearance problems when using flat tops with a high steer arms.
 

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Stowe said:
I have searched and searched... does anyone make anything to make these high steer? Pics? Involved?
Are you looking to buy a complete kit? (have some ca$h)

or looking for DYI bolt on parts as cheap as you can with quality parts?
 

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Mr.N said:
Are you looking to buy a complete kit? (have some ca$h)

or looking for DYI bolt on parts as cheap as you can with quality parts?
Cheap quality parts.

Lack of cash... I am in the process of putting this and a 9 inch under the Jeep SOA'd and the 5.0 swap... so cash is slim right now. :crybaby:

Didnt realize when all said and done it was going to run about $6k. :eek:
 

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Look for Mr. N's flat top knuckle page. Lots of good info on how to do it. I have an EB 44 under my YJ that I just converted to high steer and it's awesome. Used a mix of Chevy and Ford parts and it worked out nicely. Used Parts Mike Super Arms, they are very nice, and 1.5" DOM tube
 

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Are the shafts from a 1974 EB the same a 1977 EB???
 
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